High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Cyberwarfare in Russia
includes allegations of denial of service attacks, hacker attacks,
dissemination of disinformation over the internet, participation of
state-sponsored teams in political blogs, internet surveillance
using SORM technology, and persecution of cyber-dissidents.
According to investigative journalist Andrei Soldatov, some of
these activities are coordinated by the Russian signals
intelligence, which is currently a part of the FSB but has been
formerly a part of 16th KGB department, but others are directed by
the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.
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