The author of the Russian Internet "Cheburashka" supplemented the idea

    Clarification and partial refutation of the initiative to create the Russian Internet was brought by its author, member of the Federation Council Maxim Kavjaradze , on Tuesday during a short press approach.



    The senator noted that the RuNet will not be separated from the global network, and the senator needs opposition to see the mistakes. Maxim Gennadevich also explained what the Internet is and that it was a question of developing a “global Russian Internet” that will work in parallel on top of the existing international network. At the same time, the representative of the Lipetsk Regional Council considers it necessary to create his own element base, which was lost in the 90s, but whose revival does not seem to him a problem, since “we have the entire periodic table, <...> we have our own Silicon Valley , Skolkovo <...> the same bloggers who can connect to the process. "

    Separately, the senator tried to highlight the issue of hosting servers of companies such as Google in Russia, but so far could not give a direct answer. Stressing and especially focusing on the fact of the purchase by the search giant of “the first cybercomputer, the pictures of which are being sent by a robot”.

    The name of the network "Cheburashka", according to Maxim Gennadievich, is justified by the need to attract attention: "You remember, Cheburashka is an unknown animal to science, its appearance causes excitement." The senator also denied the idea of ​​financing ideas from the regional budget, saying that it was a transport law.

    Another member of the Federation Council, Anton Belyakov, one of three senators who did not vote for the adoption of the "law on bloggers" on the Dozhd TV channel (5:24) spoke outfor the expediency and technical feasibility of creating a duplicate Internet of the Russian network. However, the senator noted that whether such a network would be created for the sake of Caesura for political reasons or some other - a separate question.

    At the same time, several sources of the Kommersant newspaper became aware of the impending banhosting DNS servers of .ru and .rf zones outside Russia and licensing of “activities for translating URLs into IP addresses”. The working group also proposes to deprive the “Coordination Center of the national domain on the Internet” in favor of the federal executive body and introduce 3 levels of networks: local, regional and all-Russian, in which only the latter has the ability to connect abroad. Russian President’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Kommersant that he “hears for the first time” about the existence of the working group and its proposals, and industry representatives were unable to provide prompt comments. However, the sources of the Dozhd TV channel believe that this information may be a “stuffing” or a “drain” [to assess public reaction].

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