Is it technically possible to power a fully "turn off" the Internet in Russia?


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In connection with the current hysteria against "terrorism" in Russia began to advance actively idea of a total ban. From the latter:

The Deputy of St. Petersburg legislative Assembly Andrey Anokhin has developed a draft law limiting the access to social networks, to save people from the negative effects. As reports TV channel "78", in the explanatory note to the bill refers to the need to protect citizens from the threat of inadequate perception of reality because of the transition from real to virtual communication. Anokhin proposes to limit access to social media three hours a day and also to introduce compulsory registration only through public Services. Also, under the bill, the access to social networks will be closed to individuals under 18 years of age.


Can we assume that the FSB (KGB, MGB, ILV, China, etc.) have the ability to completely "loose" the entire Internet in Russia? To 100%
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Is it technically possible to power a fully "turn off" the Internet in Russia?
Of course.
At least there is a purely physical - to cut the cable.
But you can firewall to deliver.
In General, such a possibility is the authorities of any country.

In connection with the current hysteria against "terrorism" in Russia began to advance actively idea of a total ban.
On the contrary, we kind of did not go the way of a complete ban, there are only point lock.
Mostly will block the most dangerous of things - social networks, and other media.

Anokhin proposes to limit access to social media three hours a day
Well, MPs can offer anything, it's not specialists, and not always adequate people.

also introduce mandatory registration
It will be - there is no options. Now all money, documents, etc. - all via the Internet, so registration will be. The only question is how soon.

the access to social networks will be closed to individuals under 18 years of age
Yes, it has long had to do.
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the Internet is maintained and transmitted by Internet providers.
All providers tyrneta must be enrolled in min. of communication.
Cross-border providers will have a separate registration to communicate with foreign servers.
And so in every country in the world. All accounted for and invoiced. We do not live in the tribe Tumba-yumba on the southern tip of Africa :)
you need to go order to disable certain communication channels.
Americans nedavno pulled gogosov with microsofton on the law, that those, regardless of the jurisdiction of the servers, gave us the necessary data upon request spec.services of the United States.

global option bypass such restrictions is to put home two-way satellite raw footage from a European provider, ie to the plate and accept and transmit data. but its use will have to pass a set of bureaucratic delays.
but you will fall under the jurisdiction of the country where the provider is registered with.
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She is not only there, it even as-that not so long ago checked :)

Well, Durov their "Borovoe" job done... Now merge it or not, the idea thrown in. Hardcore people are very easy to use as "useful idiots"... Now trahnut paluku with bill on registration of the passport...
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Internet from the "outside" comes to Russia in a few points of traffic exchange.
Just a few of the switches is easily converted Runet in Cabernet.
All the current tricks like a foreign VPN will not work if the channel output is not stupid.
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interesting: someone I. Damn (for a special) at the end of 2015 says about blocking telegrams, and that he is not credible with t. Zr. of anonymity))

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