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Russian govt eyes restrictions on international IP traffic

Tuesday 20 August 2013 | 16:58 CET | News
The Russian Ministry of Communications and Mass Media has proposed allowing international IP traffic transfer only at federal multi-service network operators, reports Vedomosti. The proposal is part of a draft policy on of the development of multi-service networks. The number of links connecting Russia to foreign internet resources could be reduced if the policy is implemented.

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Russian Federation
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