ECHR registers complaint related to blocking of Telegram in Russia
Roskomnadzor restricted access to 80 VPNs and proxy services specifically created to access Telegram.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has registered a complaint about the blocking of Telegram messenger in Russia, said Pavel Chikov, the head of the international human rights organization Agora. The case file appeared on the ECHR database, he wrote in his Telegram-channel.
Last week, it transpired that the ECHR had registered a complaint on a fine of 800 thousand rubles (~13.000 USD).
It is to be recalled that on April 13 Tagansky District Court granted Roskomnadzor's request to block Telegram because of its refusal to provide the FSB with encryption keys for users' correspondence.
Since April 16, the supervisory agency is trying to block the messenger, but many users continue to use it, including through proxy servers and VPN. Roskomnadzor restricted access to 80 VPNs and proxy services specifically created to access Telegram.
Windows and glass doors of the educational institution were broken. Many students tried to escape through windows. The Polytechnic College doorkeeper said that it took the ambulance very long to arrive.
Shortly before the attack on his college, Roslyakov purchased an inexpensive Turkish rifle - Khatsan ESCORT. In order to fire 70 shots from this riffle, the murderer - as it had been calculated earlier - had had to shoot non-stop or had accomplices, experts believe.