Source Pravda.Ru

Russian intelligence to spy on every visitor of Sochi Olympics?

 

According to British media reports, the Russian Federal Security Service intends  to wiretap telephone conversations of the people, who would come to the Winter  Olympics in Sochi. Their online conversations will supposedly be tracked as well, The Telegraph wrote, referring to Russian journalists Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan, who specialize in covering the activities of special services.

Those who plan to come to Sochi for the Games, were recommended to  leave their laptops and mobile devices at home, to avoid control.

For the time of the Games, all Russian operators will provide free Wi-Fi and 4G network to all visiting Sochi. According to The Telegraph, it will make personal data easier to access.

 

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