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Here's the Debian Project's statement about the arrest of Dmitry Bogatov, a Debian Maintainer who worked in the Debian Haskell group and currently maintains several packages for command line and system tools. He was arrested by Russian authorities, and Debian has removed his keys from their servers in case they're compromised. debian.org/News/2017/20170417

Here's more context around his arrest: meduza.io/en/feature/2017/04/1
'According to investigators, “the suspect posted materials calling for riots in the center of Moscow with the help of special software designed to hide traces of his Internet presence, [namely] using servers based in [foreign states].”' -- so, it seems, organizing protests in Moscow, possibly using Tor

RT @micahflee Here's the Debian Project's statement about the arrest of Dmitry Bogatov, a Debian Maintainer who worked in the Debian Haskell group and currently maintains several packages for command line and system tools. He was arrested by Russian authorities, and Debian has removed his keys from their servers in case they're compromised. https://www.debian.org/News/2017/20170417

@micahflee

But remember, everybody, there's not a campaign on the part of the Russian government to start taking direct and indirect control of media via manipulation

NOTHING TO SEE

(but seriously this is a bad sign)

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