Today Russia’s parliament introduced a law that makes it a jailable offense to spread “fake” news about the Russian forces. If anyone spread fake news, a jail term of up to 15 years
Russia’s parliament on Friday passed a regulation impressive a prison term of as long as 15 years for spreading purposefully. ‘counterfeit’ data about the military as Moscow retaliates in what the future held data battle over the contention in Ukraine.
Russian authorities have over and again said that:
Fake data has been spread by Russia’s foes, for example. The United States and its partners trying to plant dissension and separate its kin.
Russian administrators passed the law, making the spread of ‘counterfeit’ data or public calls for sanctions against Russian criminal offenses.
“In the event that the fakes lead to genuine results, detainment of as long as 15 years compromises,” the lower place of parliament, known as the Duma in Russian, said in an explanation.
The law seems to give the Russian state a lot more grounded powers to get serious about what authorities view as proclamations that dishonor the military.
Announcing by Moscow authorityl