Russia, stung by intelligence leaks, plans to tighten data protection

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Russia, stung by intelligence leaks, plans to tighten data protection

Alleged clandestine operations abroad.

Russia has drawn up draft legislation aimed at stopping leaks of personal information from state agencies, a step that follows publication of details of Russians allegedly involved in clandestine intelligence operations abroad. The bill, produced by Russia's communications ministry, bars ...

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