No later than March 11, all servers and domains must be transferred to the Russian zone (.ru)
Russia was reportedly able to disconnect itself from the global internet as a whole during tests that it launched back in June and July.
Moreover, the country previously adopted a certain legislation back in 2019, which is said to be called the “Sovereign Internet Law.”
That law aims to “shield the country” from potentially being cut off from foreign infrastructure. The initial law was said to be in answer to what the country called the “aggressive nature” of the national cyber security strategy of the United States.
#Russia began active preparations for disconnection from the global Internet
No later than March 11, all servers and domains must be transferred to the #Russian zone. In addition, detailed data on the network infrastructure of the sites is being collected. pic.twitter.com/wOCdRqOJej
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 6, 2022
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