The source of the list of cyberattack leaders voiced by Russian President Vladimir Putin, led by the United States, Canada and Britain, was LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
The authorities are discussing the development of a special platform that will integrate video surveillance systems throughout the country.
An 18-year-old student from the Kiev region jokingly called for a ban on citizens to communicate in Ukrainian and called herself Russian, which caused a scandal on social networks and Ukrainian media.
Twitter has not removed nearly 500 banned posts, according to the Roskomnadzor website.
Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation was asked to check the so-called TikTok houses in Russia for compliance with the legislation and other norms of living and working in them for children and adolescent bloggers.
The investigation organized a check due to a YouTube video of blogger Mikhail Litvin, in which a helicopter lifts a man attached with tape.
According to the decisions of the magistrate of the judicial district No. 422 of the Tagansky district of Moscow, Twitter must pay 27.9 million rubles for not removing the prohibited content.
According to Dmitry Peskov, to combat fake news among young people, you need to follow digital hygiene and check the news.
Instagram users expressed bewilderment over the post of Volodymyr Zelensky, in which the President of Ukraine congratulated citizens on Embroidery Shirt Day.
The director of the gymnasium No. 175 in Kazan, where the shooting took place, Amina Valeeva considers it necessary to strengthen control over the Internet resources used by children.
The Russian side states that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the tendency for criminals to use technologies to raise funds, promote terrorism, and recruit supporters of terrorist groups.
According to the member of the State Duma, in connection with the tragedy in Kazan in Russia, it is necessary to create a system that will react to trigger phrases that indicate criminal intentions.
Russia rejects the "unfounded fabrications of individual journalists" about the involvement of the Colonial Pipeline, a pipeline operator in the United States, in the cyber-hack.
Google and Facebook can be fined $267 thousand and Twitter — $320 thousand.
The American company plans to launch another batch of 60 satellites into orbit on Tuesday, May 4.