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A resident of Yekaterinburg, using his neighbor’s open Wi-Fi, complained against that neighbor for accessing “enemy sites” by the APA

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A certain Evgeny Plotnikov complained to Roskomnadzor about his neighbor’s access to "enemy sites" blocked by Russian authorities, which he could access through this neighbor’s open "firewall" (spelling of the complainant).Plotnikov coveted his neighbor’s apartment and other property, calling him a "traitor to the Motherland.
The agency responded to the resulting complaint to Roskomnadzor that the term "enemy of the people" had been removed from the RSFSR Criminal Code since December 1958.
Post updated : a resident of Yekaterinburg became a victim of provocation.
A resident of Yekaterinburg, using his neighbor's open Wi-Fi, complained against that neighbor for accessing "enemy sites" by the APA
RosComSvoboda is a human rights organization founded by the Pirate Party of Russia that keeps records of websites blocked in the country and tries to defend resources from being blocked forever. A certain citizen of Yekaterinburg, Yevgeny Plotnikov, confused Roskomnadzor with RosKomSvoboda and sent the latter a message of violation. In the message he said that he had appealed to the police about the fact that his neighbor’s open Wi-Fi hotspot gave him access to sites blocked in Russia, and named his neighbor, having spotted it on the electricity receipt pulled from the mailbox: "I really hope that my observations will help you in the future to close this channel of enemy information in Russia, too". Evgeny suggested depriving his neighbor of his property, including his apartment, and giving it to him. He attached screenshots of blocked sites, which were available to him, to his complaint.

A letter of denunciation came to us about a neighbor.We live in a time when you can’t tell if it’s true or trolling. pic.twitter.com/OBMP6r59bY

– RosComSvoboda (@RuBlackListNET) November 4, 2015


After RoskomSvoboda published this complaint, the project received a new letter suggesting that the organization called Russian Communist Freedom "go to your America."
A resident of Yekaterinburg, using his neighbor's open Wi-Fi, complained against that neighbor for accessing "enemy sites" by the APA
A little later, Plotnikov sent a response from the Department of Roskomnadzor for the Urals Federal District to his appeal.
A resident of Yekaterinburg, using his neighbor's open Wi-Fi, complained against that neighbor for accessing "enemy sites" by the APA
In the end, Roskomnadzor, which received the complaint, dotted the i’s in official reply
A resident of Yekaterinburg, using his neighbor's open Wi-Fi, complained against that neighbor for accessing "enemy sites" by the APA
Image Source : RosComSvoboda
An elderly man spoke to a reporter URA.ru : "Did I ask for my apartment to be taken away for visiting enemy websites? Really?! I have a computer and the Internet, but I hardly ever use it."

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