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Russia: Security Service Allegedly Exposed Data on Anti-Corruption Contributors

Andrei Malgin publishes [ru] stories and recordings of the bloggers who contributed via Yandex.Money (Russian analogue of PayPal) to Alexey Navalny's project “Rospil.info.” The contributors were contacted by the representatives of “Nashi” youth movement who knew all the details about their transfers. The blogger suggests that the Federal Security Service (FSB) requested private data on Navalny's contributors and then leaked it to “Nashi” in order to intimidate contributors.

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