The Russian company which owns the code has given user information to Russian security services in the past.
The 60 year old weekly has become a government propaganda organ after its acquisition by Mária Schmidt.
The government’s propaganda organs seem to know that damaging information is soon to come to light on Orbán and his party.
The Fidesz-proposed bill would have substantially raised taxes on advertising, drawing criticism from publishing organizations.
The former Fidesz-backed oligarch claims Orbán revealed plans to take over Hungary’s media.
The bill was proposed quietly amid uproar over Lex CEU and NGO laws.
The radical right party is accused by Fidesz of colluding with former Fidesz oligarch Lajos Simicska.
The government’s consultation will cost upward of HUF 1 billion.
Prime Minister Orbán insisted “Soros’ university” is subject to the same rules as everyone else.
The new ambassador, who is also charged with advancing the legacy of Ferenc Puskás, is also Editor-in-Chief of the Prime Minister’s favorite sports paper.