- Russian Security Council met in October to discuss an ‘independent internet’
- Would cover Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa with alternative DNS
- Currently, a global Domain Name System (DNS) is used to connect to internet
- While they cited security concerns, others suggest it could be used maliciously
The Russian government has revealed plans to develop an ‘independent internet’ that operates separately from the Domain Name System used worldwide.
During a recent meeting of the Russian Security Council, officials discussed an initiative to create an alternative to the DNS, claiming the move could protect Russia and a handful of other nations in the event of a large-scale cyberattack. Continue reading