Peskov admitted that he uses a VPN. “It’s not forbidden”

Peskov’s spokesman said he had set up a VPN
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Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president, said he had set up a VPN service. He explained that this is not forbidden in Russia.

According to Peskov, in Russia, as in other countries, there was an absolute monopoly of “individual companies, which became the main platform for social networks, messengers and so on.” He believes that all people sometimes use the services of such companies to one degree or another. In response to a clarifying question, he admitted that he uses VPN: “Well, of course (set VPN – ed.), Why not. This is not forbidden, “Peskov said on Belarus 1 TV channel.

On March 15, Alexander Hinstein, chairman of the State Duma’s information policy committee, said that 20 popular VPN services had already been blocked in Russia. Roskomnadzor intends to continue this work, said the chairman of the State Duma Committee on Information Policy Alexander Hinstein. According to hacker Dmitry Artimovich, VPN services, which help to bypass blockages and failures in applications, can be a source of data leakage from smartphones.

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Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president, said he had set up a VPN service. He explained that this is not forbidden in Russia. According to Peskov, in Russia, as in other countries, there was an absolute monopoly of “individual companies, which became the main platform for social networks, messengers and so on.” He believes that all people sometimes use the services of such companies to one degree or another. In response to a clarifying question, he admitted that he uses VPN: “Well, of course (set VPN – ed.), Why not. This is not forbidden, “Peskov said on Belarus 1 TV channel. On March 15, Alexander Hinstein, chairman of the State Duma’s information policy committee, said that 20 popular VPN services had already been blocked in Russia. Roskomnadzor intends to continue this work, said the chairman of the State Duma Committee on Information Policy Alexander Hinstein. According to hacker Dmitry Artimovich, VPN services, which help to bypass blockages and failures in applications, can be a source of data leakage from smartphones.

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