It is a well-established fact that Russia is a civil rights powerhouse. Moscow has traditionally been extremely sensitive to the privacy of its citizens and their rights. It’s a Russian thing, a trademark of Russianism – stretching from the first czar, Ivan the Terrible, to Peter the Great, and from Lenin, Beria, Stalin and Andropov to present-day Vladimir Putin. Russia has historically been a bastion of human and civil rights, tenaciously intolerant to any infringement on liberties and privacy.
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