The Telegram developers have refused to share information with any authority

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The Telegram messenger does not share information with the government or security services anywhere in the world. Forcing developers to output data to decrypt the traffic will be difficult, said representatives of the messenger

No government agencies or intelligence agencies will not receive information from the Telegram messenger. Data that are exchanged in the messenger, encrypted, the encryption keys are stored in different countries. This was stated by the representatives of the messenger in response to the request of RNS.

“Yet no government or intelligence Agency in the world has not received a single bit of information from us. Always will be”, — said the developers of the messenger.

Encryption keys “is divided into several parts”, these parts are in different data centers. The latter “are in different jurisdictions, so in order to make Теlegram to give out any data, it will require an unrealistic level of cooperation between several countries”, said the representatives of the Telegram.

On the website earlier it was a petition of users of Telegram. The authors stated that the Federal service for supervision in the sphere of Telecom, information technologies and mass communications (Roskomnadzor) demanded from the developers of instant messenger to provide resource information to the Russian authorities.

Press Secretary of Roscomnadzor Vadim Ampelonskiy has refused to comment on this information. As said Ampelonskiy RBC, these are rumors. “Discussion” on the work of Roskomnadzor with a particular company office will only be based on its results, said Ampelonskiy.

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