Media review for November 24.

Media review for November 24.

Putin submitted for ratification an agreement on a unified air defense system with Tajikistan.

The international human rights society will appeal to the ECHR due to violations in the Yanukovych case, TASS reports.

The largest distributor of lottery tickets decided to sue Google. RBC reports that the distributor

Apple has filed a lawsuit over the surveillance of its users. According to RBC, earlier several media outlets, including The Washington Post, The Guardian, Haaretz, conducted an investigation and found out that NSO Group’s spyware was used to hack phones and spy on politicians, lawyers and journalists. The American corporation has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli company NSO Group and its parent company, Q Cyber ​​Technologies, to prosecute them for spying on users of Apple devices.

The Investigative Committee and the Prosecutor’s Office have transmitted data on 37 anti-vaccinations, they report

The head of the Leningrad region withdrew the proposal to recognize foreign QR codes. According to RBC, he did it after Rospotrebnadzor refused to consider his initiative.

Toy manufacturers have proposed lifting the ban on the use of recyclable materials. They write about it

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