It’s not entirely clear what will happen. According to Svintsov, access to such an Internet will be possible only by pre-registering with a passport. The person will be assigned a unique code – something like a domain name.
But such an Internet will be “transparent”: “… special services can always find the owner of this account.”
At the same time, the “unprotected” version of the Internet will remain, but the users themselves will be responsible for their personal data.
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