As of [update] Internet access in Russia is available to businesses and to home users in various forms, including dial-up , cable , DSL , FTTH , mobile, wireless and satellite. As of July ,, people As of September , Russia ranked 47th among the world's countries by the fixed broadband Internet access speed , with an average download speed of According to the SpeedTestNet. In September Russia overtook Germany on the European market with the highest number of unique visitors online. Russians are strong users of social networks , of which Odnoklassniki. Russians in and VKontakte are the most popular.
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After more than a week offline, the site is now partially back up, in the form of a landing page that promises a full return. To get even this far, Parler has hired DDoS-Guard, a Russian digital infrastructure company, to defend it against the endless barrage of attacks that virtually all sites face online—particularly those as controversial as Parler. The platform registered its domain through Seattle-based Epik. So its domestic options are sparse. By embracing DDoS-Guard, even as a stopgap, Parler joins a growing list of far-right sites like 8kun formerly 8chan and the Daily Stormer that US infrastructure companies have knocked offline, only to see companies in countries with limited internet freedom—like DDoS-Guard—enable their reemergence. Moreover, the provider stores only information required for the service and explicitly provided by the customers. But Russia has passed laws that compel tech companies to comply with government requests, and it has deployed physical network infrastructure to monitor everything from web user IP addresses and communications to location data. Employing Russian infrastructure services could expose a site's users to the country's surveillance schemes, says Alp Toker, director of the nonpartisan connectivity tracking group NetBlocks. All of this information, as well as granular user activity data and user IP addresses, would potentially be exposed to the Kremlin if Parler returns with those same features while routing its data through Russian servers. Regardless of where Parler ultimately lands, it seems likely to find a home somewhere.
In this way, it will aim to harmonise laws governing the processing of personal data across Europe. Even better, the GDPR enshrines a principle of extraterritoriality, which means that, in certain circumstances, the scope of its application can be extended beyond the frontiers of Europe. If you are an organisation that processes personal data, you are highly likely to be governed by the provisions of the GDPR.
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