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Skype allowed to operate in Russia without a license

17.07.2013 09:17

Russian government's telecom watchdog agency has given Skype the green light to continue operating in Russia without a license, after rejecting an appeal from mobile operator MTS.

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Anonymous user 20.07.2013 10:38

Be extra careful using Skype. Its like talking to your wife with the NSA listening in the next room.

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 09:12

Every citizen has the right to privacy but loses that privacy when using a digital network. See NSA.

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 08:33

The Spy State gives citizens neat gadgets to track each other with, so it gets a cut of the action.

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 08:30

Most people approve of the modern surveillance state, and all the neat gadgets it gives its citizens

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 08:28

Everybody, use skype, facebook, google, and dont forget to use your Iphones!

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 21:19

Exspecialy from SKYPE its known for it

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 21:17

Russia will have to watch out for spying
cuse you get nowt fer free Mr Putin

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 19:19

Skype offers free service to the world. Russians definitely like, probably use it the most.

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 19:17

Lol telecom is just money hungry, Russians love skype the mobil company envies them.

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 15:46

RT is a lot more balanced than BBC ever was. If BBC tells the truth i will tune to them instead

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 14:40

Most of the Internet piggybacks without investment in Infrastructure or Charge beyond Connect Fees

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 02:28

Westerners will never take a state propaganda station seriously. Especially Putin's.

Anonymous user 17.07.2013 21:01

Spy-sourcing much like FB or twitter will shrink NSA (extinct) as teenagers will unknowinly do spyin

Anonymous user 17.07.2013 16:45

Ordinary telecos make enoumous profits as they act as a cartel.

Anonymous user 17.07.2013 15:34

Give us an alternative to SKYPE who spies on us & gives our data to Obama

Anonymous user 17.07.2013 15:21

If IPs would offer the same services at a cheaper rate they could be competitive. Quit whining.

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