The Safe Internet League, led by Ekaterina Mizulina, again proposes to ban Twitch in Russia. This time, the organization also saw a threat in the Chinese service. I find.
Recall that last time Mizulina called for blocking Twitch in Russia after a Moscow court fined the streaming service 2 million rubles. Now the director of the Safe Internet League claims that Twitch and Trovo are actively “advertising drug stores, which, of course, poses a direct threat to the life and health of children.”
At the same time, Mizulina announced the need for serious regulation of the video game industry, up to a complete ban on the most cruel projects, as well as regulation of communication in in-game chats and on in-game servers. As Mizulina notes, “this sphere, the gray zone, should be placed under the strict control of the state.” All this is for the protection of children.
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