Russia's security agency spreads its Net
Source: AAP Fairfax -  - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Security "The successor to the KGB is now also spying on the Internet, raising fears that the information it collects could be used for blackmail and business espionage. "The whole Federal Security Service will be crying tomorrow over your love . . . "The successor to the KGB is now also spying on the Internet, raising fears that the information it collects could be used for blackmail and business espionage. "The whole Federal Security Service will be crying tomorrow over your love letters,'' warns one of the banners angry Russian Web designers have posted on the Internet. Russian human rights and free speech advocates say the security service has already forced many of the country's 350 Internet service providers to install surveillance equipment. "

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