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The State Duma abolished “Internet slavery”, Mir Pay was removed from Google Play. The main thing for the week

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Let’s look at the key events of the past seven days. In this issue: a fresh law on free access for communication providers, the eviction of Mir Pay from Google Play and clear reasons for the transition to iPhone 15.

 

The main thing for the week

A law on free access for communication providers was adopted

The State Duma has adopted a bill that allows providers to place communication networks in high-rise buildings for free. Once the initiative comes into force, operators will be able to install all necessary equipment with the consent of only one resident. The provider will no longer have to spend money on renting premises. However, he will be required to pay for the electricity consumed by network equipment. More information about what other problems the bill solves was written here .

Mir Pay app removed from Google Play

The main thing for the week

The other day, Samsung announced that starting in April, adding and using “World” cards in Samsung Pay will no longer be available. Following this news, it became known that the Mir Pay payment system application had disappeared from the Google Play store . The incident is associated with the introduction of sanctions against the National Payment Card System (NSCP). By the way, along with Mir Pay, the SBPay and Hello! applications disappeared from the store.

Apple showed why you need to switch to iPhone 15

The main thing for the week

Instead of boring tables, Apple added a page with a visual comparison of older smartphone models , starting with the iPhone 11, with devices of the current series. The developers note directly in the photo how the detail and color rendition of the images have increased. At the same time, they demonstrate the capabilities of focusing and stabilization in video shooting modes. In addition, the company notes the transition of new products to a universal USB Type-C port and talks about the advantages of the Dynamic Island cutout.