Russia's Yandex resists pressure to share encryption keys with state

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Russia's Yandex resists pressure to share encryption keys with state

Wants to abide by the law but not to violate its users' privacy.

Russian Internet giant Yandex said on Tuesday it wanted to abide by the law but not to violate its users' privacy after a media report said security services had demanded it hand over its encryption keys. The RBC media portal reported earlier on Tuesday that Russia's Federal Security Service ...

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