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Russia to Block Websites Which Sell Alcohol
12.11.2013 10:53
Russia to Block Websites Which Sell Alcohol

Starting from the next year, Russia’s alcohol regulation watchdog will be blocking websites believed to sell alcohol.

      Such websites will be added to a national blacklist that includes sites that promote suicide or illegal drugs, or contain child porn.

      The decree was prepared upon a request from Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, who urged measures to prevent illegal sales of alcohol online.

      As it is said in the decree, the number of small online-shops selling alcohol distantly has rised sharply recently, and that activity is technically very hard to control. The alcohol advertisement on the web is also expected to dissapear.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian Internet Russian Internet blacklist alcohol in Russia Russian alcohol market  

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