The Russian supervision has started to retard messaging app Telegram, according to reports from a internal news group Tass.
Russia’s media regulator had sought to retard a app since a organisation has refused to palm over encryption keys used to hasten messages.
Telegram had missed a deadline of 4 Apr to palm over a keys.
The association pronounced a approach a use was built meant it has no entrance to customers’ encryption keys.
Russia’s categorical confidence agency, a FSB, had pronounced it wants entrance to a keys so it can review messages and forestall destiny apprehension attacks in a country.
In a justice filing, media regulator Roskomnadzor had pronounced Telegram had unsuccessful to approve with a authorised mandate as a “distributor of information”.
Telegram’s lawyer, Pavel Chikov, pronounced a central try to stop a app being used in Russia was “groundless”.
In a statement, he said: “The FSB’s mandate to yield entrance to private conversations of users are unconstitutional, baseless, that can't be over technically and legally.”
The messaging app is widely used opposite Russia and many nations in a Middle East. It claims to have some-more than 200 million active users.
Its recognition has grown since of a importance on encryption, that thwarts many widely used methods of reading trusted communications.