There are 5 million words and phrases forbidden in Russia…

On Wednesday, November 2, Roskomnadzor prepared to demonstrate the hardware-software complex control (PAC), which in December of this year, will begin monitoring in compliance with Article 4 of the media law on the inadmissibility of the abuse of media freedom in Russia…

To monitor the text in the dictionary of more than 5 million words and phrases in the Russian language deemed censor-able. Also the complex will also keep track of pornographic pictures and videos…

Beginning this December, a robot spider will start walking through the list, which is in Roskomnadzor of all sites registered as mass media, and keep track of them mechanically. Then “forbidden” words, phrases and suspect pages will be forwarded to the staff Roskomnadzora, which will decide on there future viability of that website…

MK told Assistant Roskomnadzora Michael Vorobyov, nothing fundamentally changed, because the monitoring is already done and now, we just do it manually through search engines and all we are doing is increasing the efficiency…

PAC simply reduce our labor costs. Number of online media is growing – to almost 6000 in Russia, and our staffs are not growing. Information will be provided to employees in the automatic mode, and then everything will go as passed. If editorial material breach of Article 4, entitled Roskomnadzor issue a warning. The editors can to challenge in court. But after the second warning in 12 months Roskomnadzor may ask the court to close the media, “- said Vorobyov…

How to tell “Vesti FM” general director of the agency “Strategist” Catherine Aksenova said, “5 million prohibitions were words and phrases that are in some sense are the same as an extremist calling for ethnic strife, to breach the existing system and so on.” She said, “Clearly, if we imagine the articles describing some events related to demonstrations of nationalists, there will inevitably be of such combinations, although the article clearly does not violate the law on mass media,” – said Aksenov. – “There is understandable rules that describe how the mass media shall be punished by violating the governing documents.”

In response to the list of forbidden words in Russia. Millions on the Internet has already heard allegations of censorship and have responded with varying degrees of expressions. However, the system has not explicitly been introduced with features to block publication and such has no influence on the very publication of any information…

But interestingly different. As explained in an interview MTRK “MIR” political strategist, General Director of the agency “Social networks” Denis Terekhov, the machine in only accurate in 20% of cases, of what it can determine within what is contained in the message. Type in “Ivan Ivanovich Ivanov traveled to Leningrad, and it will be blocked – Is that good!” – From one perspective of the machine is a positive statement, but from a user perspective it is clear that I scoffed at the idea!, “- says Terekhov.

As explained by the expert, the PAC will simply copy the work of Internet search engines: “This system has long been thought up, it’s called” Yandex “or Google. If intelligence is the desire to analyze the personal data of which 99% are devoted to cats and dogs and only one percent of the concerns any political or extremist statements, they may do so now. ”

How effective is it in action, it will be clear after a few months, when the developers of the program and system will have to report about what they found in the network of illegal materials…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

PS: By the way this is what is being used by Ukraine and that is why Windows to Russia is blocked in Ukraine. We have been blocked for 4+ months now. All countries will be doing this. This is the wave of the future… 🙁

You all thought I was lying about Ukraine and blockage! Get ready folks it is no lie and they will be blocking all over the world. Why do you think all governments have become quiet about China and internet blockage? Coming to you soon in America…


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