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‘The Kremlin’s safety agency is acquiring up typewriters to avoid damaging leaks in a move said to be motivated by the recent US surveillance scandals.
‘Russia’s Federal Protective Service, the KGB’s successor in charge of defending President Vladimir Putin and his officials, placed an order for 20 typewriters, according to the state procurement internet site .
‘The agency, identified by its Russian acronym FSO, is prepared to spend £500 every for them, Kremlin-connected newspaper Izvestia reported.
‘It mentioned the FSO believed it was necessary to expand the use of typewriters following American Edward Snowden reportedly employed a straightforward flash drive to reveal the extent of the US government’s phone and web surveillance programmes.
‘"After the scandal with the spread of classified documents, WikiLeaks, revelations of Edward Snowden, reports of tapping Dmitry Medvedev throughout his pay a visit to to the G20 summit in London, it has been decided to expand the practice of creating paper documents," a FSO supply told the newspaper .’