Independent Internet: Russia wants to break the chain

In Russia, the Internet is about to break off the chain; President Putin’s government is hard at work towards an “independent Internet.

The Russian Security Council instructed the Ministry of Communications and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to begin creating a system of DNS servers in the BRICS countries.

BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

This directive is contained in the protocol of the meeting of the Security Council, signed on November 5th, by Russian President Vladimir Putin:

“A serious threat to Russia’s security is the increased capabilities of Western countries to conduct offensive operations in the information space and their readiness for their application.

The dominance of the United States and a number of European Union countries in the management of the Internet is still being preserved.”

Would this lead to the creation of a so-called Internyet? 😀

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