Kiberataka on site open a discussion in the OSCE

Chapter unchanged U.S. Mission to the OSCE Julie Finley has now come forward with a statement concerning nedavneshney kiberataki on the website of the Belarusian service "Radio Liberty. "
April 26 website Belorussian international service radyetelestantsyi Radio Liberty Europe / Radio Liberty, became the object of kiberataki. When the attack occurred, the Belarusian special service PC preparing detailed coverage of protests in Minsk on the anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Attack of the "denial of service staff" was obviously focused on what to do attacked website easily accessible to users.
The statement says that what happened to the PC, it was a clear violation of the guarantees of freedom of media and freedom of speech, which serves to protect the OSCE as an organization and have pledged to abide by all 56 member states. But this brand new form of anger is more broad implications for security in the OSCE region. This brand new threat deserves forthcoming study. "Kiberataki, said in a statement — whether or solve their authorities to block access to their own people disk imaging on the web […] or some terrorist groups for similar purposes — must be convicted and punished. We need a strategy that would enhance our ability to defend against such threats. "
A spokeswoman for the U.S. issued a recommendation of the Committee of the Security OSCE closely to discern this question and decide the organization belongs to initiate further work towards preventing future kiberatakav.
The representative of the Russian Federation in response to the South American statement said, Our homeland that concerned about the danger of using the web terrorists. Belarusian representative said that the South American side to jump to conclusions because the attack could happen anywhere, and the radio itself, by him, "Not even taken in Belarus."

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