According to the agency, the IP addresses of Telegram remain blocked.
On May 13, Roskomnadzor reported that it had removed the Alibaba subnet from the lock, only about 8.2 thousand IP-addresses. In this case, the IP addresses of the Telegram, which are part of this subnet, have been fully installed and blocked.
As stated in Roskomnadzor, the subnet was unlocked “in order to ensure the correct operation of third-party Internet resources.”
The blocking of IP addresses began on April 16 according to the decision of the Tagansky District Court. It was made because of the messenger’s refusal to provide the FSB with encryption keys. After a barrage of locks that led to major disruptions in the work of popular sites, massive unlocking began: on April 28, Roskomnadzor had already unblocked more than 3 million IP-addresses of Amazon, and on May 8 reported about unlocking more than 3.7 million IP-addresses of Google.