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FSB urges tighter punishment for using WhatsApp in state agencies

Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) is set to prepare a bill that would allow civil servants to be fired for using non-certified internet messengers such as Viber or WhatsApp at work, saying the apps potentially threaten the information security of state agencies. Read Full Article at
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