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The Federation Council of Russia approved a bill banning the use of proxy servers, including a virtual corporate network. The document, approved on July 25, also prohibits sending text messages from a phone anonymously.
On July 21, this bill was approved by the lower chamber of the Russian parliament, the State Duma. The next step is to send it to Russian President Vladimir Putin to be signed.
If signed, the document will come into force on January 1, 2018, less than three months before the …
On Wednesday, May 17, an exhibition titled the “Industrial Heritage of the Donbas” will be opened in the State Duma, RBC news agency reported. It will be organized by MP Iosif Kobzon from the “Yedinaya Rossiya” (United Russia) party and the Lower House Committee for Culture, two sources from the Committee for Culture told RBC. From the unrecognized republics, Eduard Golenko, acting Minister of the Coal Industry of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) is expected to speak at the exhibition, one …
The Federal District Court in Seattle sentenced Russian citizen, Roman Seleznev, the son of a State Duma deputy from the LDPR party Valery Seleznev, to 27 years in prison in a cyber fraud case.
In August last year, Roman Seleznev was convicted of fraud, computer hacking, possession of illegally acquired credit cards and theft of personal data.
In a written statement made by Seleznev and read out by his lawyer, Igor Litvak, the convict called the verdict "equivalent to a death sentence" and " …
Deputies of the State Duma are developing a bill that defines the general principles of “patriotic education,” said United Russia Party member and Deputy Chairman of the Duma's Committee for Security and Anti-Corruption, Anatoly Vyborny. His statement was published on Monday, March 27 on the party's website, Lenta.ru reported.
“My colleagues and I have prepared a draft federal law that should establish uniformity in the patriotic education system throughout the Russian Federation,” the …