In Russia, employees of the Ministry of Industry and Trade were banned from using iPhones: the reason was announced
The Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade has banned employees from using iPhone smartphones. In the territory of the terrorist country, these gadgets are recognized as spy devices.
This is reported by the Russian media. Officials of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and organizations subordinate to the ministries will be banned from using Apple mobile devices in work communications from July 17.
The corresponding order has already been sent to the employees of the ministry on July 4, signed by the first deputy minister of industry and trade of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation, Vasily Osmakov. An employee of one of the IT solutions development companies is also aware of the internal ban of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
At the same time, similar bans will soon be introduced in other major departments. And maybe even in the regions of the aggressor country.
Instead of iPhones, employees of the Ministry of Industry and Trade are recommended to use Russian smartphones, as well as button phones.
The iPhone is a smartphone developed by the American company Apple and released in 2007. The iPhone functions as a camera, portable media player and an Internet client (with e-mail, web browser and Wi-Fi), including SMS and visual voicemail capabilities.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Russia has seen the first signs of a decline in black gold transportation months after reports of falling oil production. This jeopardizes the Kremlin's revenues from export taxes. For example, average oil shipments from Russian ports in the four weeks of June-July were well below the February average.