Irina Yarovaya has offered to block access to the “groups of death”

Irina Yarovaya has offered to block access to the "groups of death"

18 May, 2018

                                                                       <p>Vice-speaker of Goswami wants to amend the legislation, allowing to immediately cease access to inappropriate categories of communities in social networks. About it reports "Kommersant".</p>  <p><img src="" /></p>              <p>We are talking about the so-called "groups of death", "Columbine-community" games "fire Fairy" and "Run or die" and other public, forcing minors to commit life-threatening acts and illegal actions.</p> <p>According to Irina Yarovaya, blocking access as an effective measure. The offender will not be able to update the content and manage groups. In addition to blocking, the Vice speaker offers to send materials to the public for consideration to law enforcement to those responsible for their creation and content, has been found and punished.</p> <p>However, some lawyers, for example, the representative of the Fund of struggle against corruption Ivan Zhdanov, believes that the phrase "wrongful action" is too broad:</p> <blockquote><p>"Is the Internet an article about crossing the road on a red light. Can I bring this article under the bill Irina Spring? Of course, you can" — says human rights activist.</p></blockquote> <p>Follow the news in our <a href="" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Telegram channel</a>, as well as in the app <a href="" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">on iOS MacDigger</a>.</p> ]]&gt; <p>Join us at <a href="" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Twitter</a>, <a href="" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Vkontakte</a>, <a href="" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Facebook</a>, <a href="" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Google+</a> or via RSS, to keep abreast of the latest news from the world of Apple, Microsoft and Google. </p> ]]&gt;<a href="">Original Article</a>

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