20 May, 2019

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Kremlin Returns To Typewriters To Avoid Computer Leaks

The Kremlin is returning to typewriters in an attempt to avoid damaging leaks from computer hardware, it has been claimed.

A source at Russia’s Federal Guard Service (FSO), which is in charge of safeguarding Kremlin communications and protecting President Vladimir Putin, claimed that the return to typewriters has been prompted by the publication of secret documents by WikiLeaks, the whistle-blowing website, as well as Edward Snowden, the fugitive US intelligence contractor, the Telegraph reported.

Read more by Chris Irvine, Tom Parfitt in Moscow and agencies.

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    What an interesting story! The dangers of over-development and over securitization and over militarization and the wrong sort of development that fetishizers technological toys at the expense of knowledge and insight are apparent! So back to the stone Age after over – computerization and too much internetting!

    Moral of the tale: We are in world of insecure securitization and there is NO EXIT from the Militarization madness!

    The contradictions of capitalist development!

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    I think this is a stupid lie.

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