New York Times claims it is because Vladimir Putin’s project is behind
Russian troll-farms are engineering the current upswing in the amount of anti-5G information which is suddenly appearing on social media.
Mueller report tells of shady doings
Wikileaks Julian Assange faked a murder conspiracy of a Democratic National Committee staffer to hide the fact that he had been getting documents from Russian spooks.
Seems everyone wants a wall these days
The Russian government has confirmed that it will build an internet structure similar to China’s in a desperate bid to make sure that Russians don’t revolt against their current Tsar.
You can take our freedom but not our porn
While Russians seemed perfectly content with the reign of Tsar Vladimir Putin and his excessive controls, they seem to be more than a little miffed that he is attempting to control the internet.
Then we can control people better
Word on the street is that the Tsar of all the Russias, Vladimir Putin, thinks that his empire would better off it had an internet he could control.
IPhone 7 was backdoor for US spooks
Details of the American attack on Russia’s troll factory last year are starting to emerge and it appears that one of the attack vectors was the impossible to hack, super cool, absolutely secure iPhone.
The Swedish domestic security agency says a person has been arrested on suspicion of having been recruited by Russia to carry out “illegal intelligence activities against Sweden”.
A pre-emptive strike during the 2018 mid-term elections
US Cyber Command launched an attack on the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg that shut down the group’s internet on the day of the 2018 midterm elections.
Fake news targeting 5G
Conspiracy nuts are starting to target 5G development based on what Infowars and Russian backed fake news sites are telling them.
Stole evidence and then edited it
Russian hackers attempted to gather evidence to discredit the investigation into the involvement of President Putin in getting Donald (Prince of Orange) elected in 2016.