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    Politics Tending to unturned stones

     Tending to unturned stones


    In tandem with the State of Emergency (SOE) enforcement, the Information Network Security Agency (INSA) issued a notice urging embassies, diplomats, NGOs, importers and private security firms to immediately register information and communication equipment in their hands. The notice, which surfaced on November 19, 2021, gives fifteen days to comply. At the top of the equipment the agency is concerned most about are drones, satellite phones, walkie talkies, binoculars, compasses, GPS devices, a very small aperture terminal (VSAT) and Broadband Global Area network (BGAN). The notice indicated that there are possibilities where such equipment could end up in the hands of terrorists and their supporters. However, it does not specify any retribution there could be on parties that fail to register their communication equipment

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