As soon as the world press began to be exaggeratedassumptions about the possibility of disconnecting Russia from the global Internet, the Russian leadership has taken a number of measures aimed at preventing the country's information isolation from the outside world. First, the State Duma passed the law “On Sovereign Internet”, and after that the Ministry of Communications published a list of threats that could threaten the integrity of the Russian segment of the global network, so that at the slightest possible occurrence of such threats, the RuNet would be transferred to “autonomous operation ". Specifying details Roskomnadzor published on the government website.
According to the draft of this order, the managementRunet will pass under the control of Roskomnadzor. The regulator has already established traffic exchange points, exclusively through which the operators will be routing. At the same time, embassies, consulates and representative offices of the Russian Federation abroad, as well as users on the territory of the Kaliningrad region will be able to use international communication centers for exchanging traffic with an autonomous Runet.
At the same time, Leonid Levin, head of the Committee oninformation policy, information technology and communications, urged users not to perceive such information so that threats will certainly come true. And only in case of disconnection of Russian communication centers from international servers, this regulatory document will come into effect and will provide uninterrupted access to electronic public services, commercial services and online banking in full.