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Russia learned 'nothing new' from Snowden leaks - deputy PM

29.07.2013 22:23

Russian IT experts heard “nothing new” from a series of spying revelations by Edward Snowden, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said. Moscow plans to tackle the “existing and well known” cyber threat by manufacturing its own electronic components.

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Anonymous user 31.07.2013 04:59

He stole nothing. NSA is publicly funded, he just let the public see what they are paying for.

Anonymous user 31.07.2013 03:30

Yes...Rogozin is quite correct...and no...Russia is not safe.

Anonymous user 31.07.2013 03:08

Just reinforced my belief that "Edward Snowden" is a US psyop plant.

Anonymous user 31.07.2013 03:03

He should be brought back to NY for a Ticker Tape Parade.

Anonymous user 31.07.2013 01:25

But I'll bet Snowden learned a lot about Russia..

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 17:17

Is there any good reason the FSB would be honest & say if Snowden gave them US intelligence secrets?

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 16:52

Exactly, all of the govs already knows because they already work together and spy on eachother!

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 16:15

use startpage.com as your search engine, for privacy

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:38

Snowden made powerfu claims but little facts; Russia decided to pause and examine things carefully

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:34

This is snowden did not reveal facts, and making that public is important to end the media circus

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:32

Snowden did reveal valuable facts in public way is critical in order to end the Snowden media circus

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:28

Snowden,not Russia is who need help; he should play by the rules set for him and follow instructions

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:27

Doesnt take a mental giant to know FSB wouldnt say the intel learned & the help probably isnt free.

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:26

To show the U.S can still impose unipolar world command is the main reason the U.S. is after Snowden

Anonymous user 30.07.2013 14:24

Kremlin is blowing smoke.
Snowden gave intel over or Ed would be in China or the US by now.

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