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Revenge or vigilance against the USA? Kremlin orders Russian officials: Don't use iPhone because you can be eavesdropped
The Kremlin has ordered Russian government officials to stop using iPhones over fears that the devices could be monitored by Western intelligence services.
The news was made known by the Russian newspaper "Kommersant", which writes that in the framework of a seminar for officials dealing with domestic politics, Sergei Kiriyenko, the first deputy head of the presidential administration, invited them to change their telephone equipment. at least until April 1st.
“It's all over for the iPhone; either throw it away or give it to the kids.” one of the participants in the meeting is quoted as saying.
However, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed that he could not confirm the news, but added that iPhones are best not used for official matters.
"It is clear that smartphones, whatever they are, cannot be used for official purposes... Every smartphone is a fairly transparent mechanism, so it doesn't matter which operating system is Android or iOS," Peskov said .
This could also be a "revenge" against the USA, since the latter have openly supported Ukraine and President Joe Biden agreed with the Hague Court's decision to issue an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin on charges of crimes against humanity. heavy war.