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No more porn, social networks, games and buying drugs in Moscow schools
17:36, 30 September 2015
No more porn, social networks, games and buying drugs in Moscow schools

The schools in Moscow region will be equipped with a special browser, which blocks "unchild-like information"

17:36, 30 September 2015

russia shkolnik
Reuters

Russian company "Sputnik" (a subsidiary of "Rostelecom", long-distance telephony provider) has developed a browser for computers and mobile devices, which blocks access to "unchild-like information", Izvestia.ru.

Soon, the new browser will be installed on all the school computers of the Moscow region. In addition to blocking access to the websites containing child pornography, information on sale of drugs, or any content that promote extremism or suicide. The browser will also block access to social networks, game websites, sites with papers and essays, as well as other "unchild-like information". In total, more than three thousand websites will be embraced. 

According to Roskomnadzor (Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications), almost 90% of children aged 12-17 use the Internet every day and everywhere they can. Every third child spends more than three hours a day in the Internet, every sixth kid uses it 5-8 hours a day.
More than a third of children aged 9-16 years, at least once faced in the network with the materials of a sexual nature, every second child of 11-16 years - with threats of physical health, violence and racial hatred.
One-third of Russian pupils have receive private messages of a sexual nature through on the Internet, every tenth child has faced a virtual harassment.

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