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Russia to create Chinese Styled internet censorship with signing of information security doctrine

Published: December 6, 2016
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Vladimir Putin signed the new Russian information security doctrine.

The Russian's have their own issues with Fake News, it appears; of course some of those pesky Western Sponsored Technocrats have been problematic recently.

The reports that the CIA was Prepping for Possible Cyber Strike Against Russia, has to be concerning to the Russian government, and Russian people as well.

The only thing that is actually shocking about this development is how transparent the Russian government is in their aim to take total control of the information that reaches Russian people, for their own good of course...

RT informs us:

The doctrine states that the limitless flow of information has a negative impact on international security, as it can be employed to pursue geopolitical and military goals, thus favoring organized crime, extremists and terrorists.

One of the main impacts on information security is from the build-up in “capacities to influence information infrastructure by a number of countries in pursuit of military objectives.”

Notably, intelligence agencies of certain countries launch information and psychological operations to destabilize societies in various regions. In this way, they undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of other states. These operations, coupled with the widespread use of information technology, may involve faith- and ethnicity-based organizations, as well as human rights groups.

In turn, terrorist and extremist groups make use of psychological operations to stir up ethnic and religious discord, intensify tensions in communities, propagate extreme views, and recruit new followers.

Russia and its allies are not immune to these threats, the doctrine stresses, as certain states deliberately use various information technology to undermine Russia’s political and social stability.

In the meantime, the doctrine notes, Russian government agencies, scientific centers, and military industries are being targeted by foreign intelligence services by means of electronic and cyber surveillance.

This alarming trend is also seen in the increasing bias against Russian policies in foreign media, while Russian journalists working abroad are subject to “blatant discrimination,” facing numerous obstacles in the course of their work.

The Russian population, particularly the young, is affected by these information and psychological operations, which aim to “erode the spiritual and moral values inherent in the Russian people.”

To counter threats and challenges in the information environment, Russia will build “strategic deterrents” and step up efforts to “prevent armed conflicts that stem from the use of IT,” as well as neutralize psychological operations targeting “historical foundations and patriotic values.”

The doctrine also instructs government agencies to counter “extremist ideologies, xenophobia, and ethnic exceptionalism” which could undermine Russia’s sovereignty and stability.

Russia will also strengthen critical information infrastructure to protect against cyber and computer network attacks.

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