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Ministry of Information Policy published list of websites threatening Ukraine’s information security
19:15, 19 June 2017
Ministry of Information Policy published list of websites threatening Ukraine’s information security

20 domain names got to the list

19:15, 19 June 2017

Information Policy Ministry

Ukrainian Ministry of Information Policy has published the list of internet resources to be considered for closure due to the threat to Ukrainian cybersecurity. The according list was made available at the department’s website.

20 domain names were included in the list, as they "contain information with signs of prohibited nature according to the rules of law", as the document reads.

Particularly, the following websites were featured: rusvesna.su, rusnext.ru, news-front.info, novorosinform.org, nahnews.org, antifashist.com, antimaydan.info, lug-info.com, novorossia.today, comitet.su, novoross.info, freedom.kiev.ua, politnavigator.net, odnarodyna.org, asssr.info, ruspravda.info, on-line.lg.ua, uscrimea.ru, c-pravda.ru, 1tvcrimea.ru.

The list was prepared by the Information Ministry work group led by the deputy minister and was considered by the expert council at the department. It was currently given to the Security Service of Ukraine.

Earlier Ministry of Information Policy announced that it did not suggest banning Russian social networks, Yandex and Mail.ru companies.

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