In Russia, they urged to check advertising on the Internet, which offers to get help on a simplified system. Pavel Krupnik, a deputy of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg, came up with such an initiative. A copy of the appeal addressed to the head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media Andrey Lipov is available RT.
The parliamentarian explained that in recent years, offers to quickly obtain various certificates, which are actively used by Internet users, are being advertised more and more often. For example, you can often come across an offer to get a certificate for exemption from physical education or to pass a driver’s commission without a doctor’s examination.
Of greater concern is advertising about the “simplified” passage of medical commissions to obtain a permit for a weapon, certificates of the absence of alcohol or drug addiction, health books. The parliamentarian recalled that such services are illegal and pose a real danger to citizens.
“I ask you to study this phenomenon and take appropriate measures: to immediately monitor such advertising in the Russian segment of the Internet in order to eradicate it or introduce special marks about the illegality (as well as the legal consequences of use) of such activities,” said in the letter.
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