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Telegram demands to cancel the order of the FSB to provide keys to user correspondence



Representatives of the company sent a complaint to the Appeals Board of the Supreme Court.



08.May.18 5:58 AM
By Shawn Highstraw
Photo Toinnov.com

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Telegram demands to cancel the order of the FSB to provide keys to user correspondence
The conflict around the telegram does not cease: the situation with the blocking of the resource on the territory of the Russian Federation continues to be discussed by both users and government officials. At the same time, various sites suffer from actions aimed at restricting access to Telegram. Yesterday it became known that at least 400 resources are experiencing problems.

Of course, representatives of the messenger do not agree with the position of Roskomnadzor. Today it turned out that the lawyers of the company sent a complaint to the Appeals Board of the Supreme Court. The application contains a demand to cancel the order of the FSB to provide keys to user messages.

The document also says that the authorities wanted to gain access to correspondence not only of citizens suspected of crimes, but of all other persons. Thus, the FSB could read the messages in general of all users who installed on their gadgets.

It is worth noting that the Russians began to worry about the fate of another popular messenger in the country. It's about Viber. The fact is that the company's management also intends to defend the right of users to the privacy of correspondence, without providing keys to decryption at the request of the authorities.



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