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Re: [tor-talk] Russia actually kind of cracked (?) Tor
Germany has exactly the same thing:
Basicly a proprietary computer connected to secret service via VPN with
full traffic access
Anton Nesterov wrote:
> It's not like western LI. LI means there is order which ISP execute. In
> SORM there is no such thing, just some black box with full traffic
> mirrored on it installed at every ISPs with direct link to FSB (other
> agencies get access mostly via FSB, but some install their own SORM). I
> said, it's very similar to country-wide NarusInsight, or to much broader
> Tempora. BTW that boxes not only intercept traffic, but also store and
> analyze it.
> I recommend you read The Red Web by Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan,
> it describe Russian surveillance in details.
>> Looks to me like average lawful interception seen in the west, except
>> crypto is excluded. In no way this can count as mass surveliance.
>> Anton Nesterov wrote:
>>> System of technical facilities aimed to providing functions of Operative
>>> Investigative Operations, it's a Russian mass surveliance system
>>> simuliar to NarusInsight, but with all-country coverage.
>>>> What does SORM stand for?
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