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In Moscow held its second rally for the freedom of the Internet, reports “Interfax”.
According to the data of the MIA, agreed the rally on Sakharov Avenue, was attended by about thousand people. Thus, as specifies “Interfax”, the rally was less massive than the previous similar event, held April 30 — on it, according to various estimates, was attended by a 7.5–10 thousand people.
The Agency notes that at this time an appeal to the public to not go to the rally was made by the founder of the messenger Telegram Pavel Durov.
In April, Tagansky court of Moscow has decided to block the Telegram at the request of Roskomnadzor. The Agency appealed to the court after the failure of the company to give the FSB the decryption keys the correspondence of the users, as required by Russian legislation. Representatives of the Telegram explained that technically can’t give you the keys, but the court found these arguments unproven.
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