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Russian President approves fines for unauthorised messenger users

Thursday 21 December 2017 | 15:09 CET | News
Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, has signed a law setting fines for instant messengers that don't verify users, reports Cnews.ru. The law, which was already approved by both the upper and lower chambers of the Russian Parliament, will enter into force from 1 January 2018.

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Countries: Russian Federation
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