Russia is not a safe haven for criminals or spammers, according to a Russian
trade association campaigning to tighten up the admitted shortcomings of local
cybercrime laws and build international cooperation.

The Russian Association of Electronic Communications was established in 2006
to speed Russia’s integration into the global internet economy. The association
has more than 35 members, including leading Russian ISP Mail.Ru, social network
outfits, news agencies ITAR-TASS and RIA Novosti, and net security firm
Kaspersky Lab. RAEC has set out an ambitious programme to shape Russian internet
regulations, provide mediation in copyright and e-commerce disputes, promote
internet security and help support the development of legitimate IT businesses
in Russia.

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