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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

“The Spring package is the best”: the children’s center explained the controversial posters

Wrong interpretations explained in the Tomsk children’s recreation centre “Energy” scandal painted by pupils of the posters on the so-called “Spring package”.

photo: twitter.com

We will remind that on Tuesday, August 9, the community of “Vkontakte” “Real Lentech” published photos of posters, signing them “In the Tomsk children’s camp held a competition for the best poster in support of the “Spring package”. Even then, however, many users noted that, according to the text of the posters we are talking about the name of the team, and not to support legislative initiatives. However, the pictures have gone viral on the background of the last evening in Moscow rally against “package”.

In the Tomsk children’s camp held a competition for the best poster in support of the “Spring package” pic.twitter.com/qkfvArPFIQ

— Lentic (@oldLentach) 9 August 2016.

In the end, the Director of the children’s centre Galina Bocharova was forced to explain to the portal Tomsk.ru that, in fact, the posters were created as part of the quest in search of “treasures”. According to legend, “treasure” was stolen in the beginning of the shift, and the children had to create their own “detective Agency” to find them, reacting to every day offer tips.

One of these agencies called “Grouse”, and the second is “Spring Package” in Association with permit adopted by the Duma in the law surveillance of citizens on the Internet.

At the moment the shift is over.

Recall that the “Spring package” consists of two already in force laws: one of them allows you to put in a colony of children from 14 years for terrorism and non-information, extremism, etc., and also makes it extremely difficult missionary work in Russia.

Read how the Federation Council with the scandal took a “Spring package”.

The second law requires operators for six months to store all user traffic that, as experts warn, technically feasible, but in any case should lead to increase of tariffs for the link about three times.

At yesterday’s rally in Moscow’s Sokolniki against the laws protested, according to various estimates, from 400 to 1,000. Among the participants were representatives of the Internet (in particular, Anton Nossik), and opposition politicians Alexei Navalny and his followers).

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