Monday, January 1, 2018

Plot twist: @Wikileaks publishes details on Russia's increasingly oppressive internet surveillance industry.

Spy Files Russia

This publication continues WikiLeaks' Spy Files series with releases about
surveillance contractors in Russia.
While the surveillance of communication traffic is a global phenomena,
 the legal and technological framework of its operation is different for each country.
SORM infrastructure is developed and deployed in Russia with close
 cooperation between the FSB, the Interior Ministry of Russia and Russian
surveillance contractors.
Russia's laws - especially the new Yarovaya Law - make literally no
 distinction between Lawful Interception and mass surveillance by state intelligence
authorities (SIAs) without court orders. Russian communication
providers are required by Russian law to install the so-called
SORM ( Система Оперативно-Розыскных Мероприятий) components for
 surveillance provided by the FSB at their own expense.
The SORM infrastructure is developed and deployed in Russia
 with close cooperation between the FSB, the Interior Ministry of Russia and
 Russian surveillance contractors.



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