Eugene Kaspersky makes a presentation at a press conference in London, Britain November 28, 2017. REUTERS/Mary Turner
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Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab has never been asked by Russian intelligence services to spy on targets in the West and the company's founder and the chief executive said he would move his company out of the country if he ever faced such a demand."Never, Never," CEO Eugene Kaspersky told reporters at a media briefing at the company's offices in London, when asked if Russian intelligence had ever asked him to help them spy on the West.Kaspersky said the company was under attack by the U.S. media and the U.S. government.
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