Russia wants to slow down the foreign segment of the Internet to the speed of the 1990s, says a Bellingcat investigator. He called it a plan for the “disappearance of the Internet.”
The Russian authorities have prepared a plan for the “disappearance of the Internet.” This sensational statement was made by Bellingcat investigator Hristo Grozev at a forum in the capital of Estonia.
He claims that the Kremlin allegedly wants to take control of all Internet traffic through an accreditation system for all hosting providers. The investigator says that only those who agree to cooperate with the FSB will receive accreditation.
Those that will not be accredited, including YouTube, including all worldwide, Twitter and so on, they will gradually, over the course of two years, have speed limits,
– intimidates Hristo Grozev.
According to him, in two years, the speed of connection with Western Internet resources in Russia will drop to 24 kbps. For those to whom this does not mean anything, he clarified that such an Internet connection speed was in the 1990s.
Recall that the so-called Bellingcat investigative community is funded and supervised by the British special services. This is not the first time the organization has made such stuffing. The upcoming elections to the State Duma probably became the reason for new horror stories.
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