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Russian Federation is preparing to detach itself from the rest of the world by briefly disconnecting from the internet, as it readies for future cyber warfare.
Russian Federation has already moved to block webpages run by opposition figures such as Alexei Navalny, a prominent Kremlin critic. ZDNet reports that corporate support for the project is strong but that there are questions and divisions over how best to accomplish it. Russian Federation publicly stated in 2017 that it wishes to be capable of routing 95 percent of its communication through local services by 2020. Natalya Kaspersky, Director of Russian cyber-security firm InfoWatch, and co-founder of Kaspersky Lab, presides over the group, which also includes major Russian telcos such as MegaFon, Beeline, MTS, RosTelecom, and others. "Moreover, the methods of its implementation have not yet been precisely defined".
Roskomnadzor would reportedly pay for the installation of whatever tools are necessary under this plan-meaning the Russian government would pay for a new infrastructure that will give it more control over the internet within the country, allowing Russia to get closer to the kind of internet regulation that exists under the Great Firewall of China. The president famously once called the internet a "CIA project".
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Andrei Klishas, a senator and one of the authors of the draft bill, which was approved in its first reading in parliament on Tuesday, said the government had already earmarked 20bn roubles to cover the costs of ensuring Russia's cybersecurity in the event of foreign aggression.
A bill was submitted to the State Duma on December 14 on the need to ensure the autonomous operation of the Russian segment of the Internet if there is no access to foreign servers. "In this situation we should be thinking how to grow potatoes in a nuclear winter, and not about the internet".
As a result, the Russian government began working on defence tactics years ago.
"Also through this equipment, Roskomnadzor will block resources prohibited in Russian Federation (now operators do it themselves)", RBK reported.