# How does the FSB determine by correspondence that a person is a terrorist? How does the sentence, for example, "get together with the boys tomorrow at 8", differ from the preparation of a crime?

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##### Answer 1
July, 2021

Yes, they read (and generally track) NOT ALL IN A ROW! And they know who to watch over, especially if someone can cause trouble for the authorities and undermine the foundations! It is necessary to "work conscientiously" to "put on the button." For example, to be a human rights activist (but not at the level - he wrote on his Facebook page "mutin-pudak"), to be associated with drug trafficking (yes, more than fumbling on bookmarks), etc.

##### Answer 2
July, 2021

Doesn't define it in any way, because it can't define. After the high-profile terrorist attack in London, experts at various levels once again reminded journalists that the terrorist attack cannot be prevented . All this talk about the fact that we are going to vacuum the traffic in order to catch the babakhs is designed for a stupid electorate, a pious believer in everything that is said on a zombie box. And the real goal is to cut the money and get the opportunity to control the connection.

##### Answer 3
July, 2021

Nobody can identify anyone by one correspondence. Correspondence, or rather reading it, is only an addition to a huge amount of other information about a person. When it all comes together like a puzzle in one single picture ........

##### Answer 4
July, 2021

Nothing. Practice has shown that reading correspondence is completely pointless. When you know a person, then there may still be some sense from this: to find out where he is going, with whom he communicates. With luck, you can even guess that there will be a terrorist attack. He should not be considered idiots as terrorists, they also know how to encrypt well.

On the other hand, if among a huge number of people you need to find the criminal by his correspondence, feel free to resign. Not only will the correspondence be encrypted (and it's good if the encryptor is an idiot and replaces the word "murder" with the word "banana"), but you still have to go through a huge number of letters. Until you get to what you need, until you understand that this is the same, until you decipher and understand everything correctly, the criminal will commit his dirty deed, hide all the evidence and fly away to rest in the Caribbean.

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