Telegram banned in Russia for not handing over encryption keys to Putin

Telegram banned in Russia for not handing over encryption keys to Putin

Telegram banned in Russia for not handing over encryption keys to Putin

The Telegram app, termed by the Russian government as the messenger of choice for "international terrorist organisations in Russia", was recently banned in the country after it failed to hand over encryption keys to the Russian government.

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