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MOSCOW, November 5. /TASS/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev does not see anything strange in the publication of confidential data by WikiLeaks, given the current rate of proliferation of information technologies.
He said in an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 any person on the planet and any country could become the spotlight of such leaks.
"The world has become so transparent that no one is able to hide away completely," Medvedev said. "This is something to be realized by everyone who’s using digital communications. That’s how it is."
When the interviewer said WikiLeaks had not published any documents regarding Russia yet, Medvedev replied he did not know the reason for this. "I don’t know the motives of the people publishing these materials," he said
However, he indicated that he did not see anything strange in it. "I don’t find it (the absence of leaks on Russia - TASS) to be strange," Medvedev said.
He did not rule out however WikiLeaks could publish the data on any individuals or countries. "It’s one thing today and it can be something totally different tomorrow," he said.