Valery Solovey: the authorities have unlimited access to Telegram traffic
04.03.2017 0 Comments
The authorities of the Russian Federation received access to the correspondence users Telegram messenger in the framework of the “Spring law”. This was stated by doctor of historical Sciences, Professor and head of the Department of public relations of Moscow state Institute of international relations Valery Solovey.
“It’s important! There are serious grounds to believe that the government still have unlimited access to the traffic of the messenger Telegram and the archive in three years. Spring law acts”, – he wrote on his page in Facebook.
According to the professors, the intelligence services have access to the traffic of the messenger of Pavel Durov. Your post on the social network, he ended with the phrase “the Law Spring effect”.
On the question of BFM to comment on the statement Nightingale said:
“… I have brought, except for one phrase, everything that I told my informant whom I have no reason not to trust, because its previous information have been confirmed. And just want to emphasize that Теlegram not been hacked. Probably, it is necessary to say that this information has a high degree of reliability, but not 100%. I thought that since it is in the public interest, it is better to make it public”.
The package of laws, known by the name of its sponsor, the Deputy of the state Duma of the sixth convocation Irina Yarovaya, much stricter legislation. For example, mobile operators in the fight against terrorism are obliged to keep records of calls and SMS messages its customers within six months. Data about who, when, and whom to call, need to store three years.
In October there appeared information that the Russian company has begun to address the problems of obtaining access to the communications of users of instant messengers WhatsApp, Viber, Facebook Messenger, Telegram and Skype.