- Safi Bello
Russia balks at US-run OneWeb satellite internet over security concern
Engadget --------- Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) has thrown a wrench in a planned deal that would bring internet access to the most rural and remote parts of the country, according to Reuters. United States-based startup OneWeb was set to launch a satellite project that would provide an internet network for Russia, but the plans have been delayed over the FSB's concerns that the company will gather intelligence and threaten the country's national security. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.