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In Ukraine, want to block dozens of sites

В Украине хотят заблокировать еще десятки сайтовAnti-block sites.

The Ministry of information policy of Ukraine, the SBU proposed to consider the list of twenty online resources to furthering the anti-Ukrainian policy of blocking sites.

This was reported by a member of the expert Council under the Ministry of information policy, the head of the National public broadcasting company of Ukraine Zurab Alasania.

“I know of the sites out there, only one – “2000”. All other sites I focus not know, for example, “Volunteer”… I mean, he’s a goner: a little scary, look bad and weird. Chose, of course, not at random, and used databases, including “Peacemaker,” – said Alasania.

According to Deputy Minister of information policy Dmitry Zolotukhin, the method of calculation of the separatist resources already developed.

Thus was created a working group for the monitoring and analysis of the content defined by the norms of Ukrainian legislation, which contain prohibitions on the dissemination of certain information, for example, incitement to ethnic hatred.

“Then were analyzed, the resources that supported the Russian side and entities associated with terrorist organizations in the occupied territories. The resources that contain signs appeals, described in legislation (particularly the Penal code), was sent to the SBU for legal assessment and response,” – said Zolotukhin.

About the need to block after “Yandex”, “Vkontakte” and “Classmates” and even separatist resources and said the first Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Gerashchenko. “I have a big question: why separatist websites freely operate in Ukraine? Our journalists refer to them, by the way. Of course, there are questions to the national security Council, why is this issue not considered during the right brand discussions on the Russian sites that worked. Obviously, we will direct the appropriate queries from MPs in the national security Council, to the relevant Ministry,” she said.

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