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Moscow OMON May Get Its Own Social Network
25.10.2012 09:39
Moscow OMON May Get Its Own Social Network

To celebrate 25th anniversary of the Moscow OMON (Special Purpose Mobile Unit), a domain registrator presented them with a domain.

      The sources in the OMON say they are slightly lost for choice as to how to use the domain. Ideas include creating a public forum and possibly sharing education online games for civilians, to let them be a part of the OMON.

      As for soldiers themselves, they quite fancy an idea of creating a special closed social network. Although their peers cannot ban them from registering on popular social sites, like or Odnoklassniki, they clearly disapprove of the soldiers actively using them. 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian society OMON Russian social networks   

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