In Moscow held a rally against the “law of Spring [photo]
In Moscow Park “Sokolniki” held a rally against the so-called “law of Spring”, reports “Vedomosti”. Protest action for the abolition of the “anti-terrorist package of amendments passed without incident. Addressed including blogger Anton Nosik, and the head of the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexei Navalny.
A rally against the “law of Spring”, as agreed with the city authorities only the second time, gathered several hundred people. The event was a humdrum performance of different degrees of proficiency in oratory of politicians and public activists were interspersed with applause and chants of slogans.
On the official event page States that it is organized “in defense of 23 and 24 articles of the Constitution against Internet censorship and Internet surveillance, Internet freedom in Russia.” The organizers of the rally say that they are against the destruction of the Internet industry.
The rally came Internet entrepreneur Anton Nossik and politician Ilya Yashin. The spout is pointed out that the law has many shortcomings, but the main, in his opinion, is a corruption component: equipment for storage will be subject to certification, as well as the equipment for SORM, and the list of those who issues these certificates to the public. The expert believes that this creates the possibility of illegal transactions, billions of rubles. According to Yashin, the law can be mitigated with public pressure and reaction on the part of providers.
Speaking at the rally, the Nose has estimated the costs of the Spring package in 5-7 trillion with big corruption. According to him, providers will have to buy special licensed storage systems: “those are not the disks you can buy on the top crust”. Who received these licenses is a big mystery, said Spout, as well as the allocation of funds.
The most striking at the rally turned out the speech of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. He recalled that he knew a Spring, which started in the “Apple” and reminded the protesters slogan similar rallies in Hungary — “We do not earn as much as you steal”.
The President of Russia signed the “anti-terrorist package of amendments introduced by deputies Irina Yarovaya and Senator Viktor Ozerov, in July. In force they have to join on 1 July 2018 From this date the Russian Telecom operators and Internet service providers will be required up to six months (specific time will be set by the government) to store all traffic of their customers calls, letters, files, and conversations; additionally, three years will need to keep a record of the transmission of information. The Internet services according to this law there is a duty to convey to law enforcement the keys to decrypt the traffic as a whole and of individual user messages.