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Russian govt to introduce fines to operators using foreign satellites

Wednesday 12 June 2019 | 16:54 CET | News
The Russian Ministry of Communications has introduced a draft document introducing fines to satellite operators providing services over foreign satellites, reports Kommersant. Fines will be given to operators who don't follow the law around the Russian internet segment.

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Countries: Russian Federation
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