NT: Russia: Russian army may soon be not able snap a snappy selfie with their faithful comrades.
Another draft law from Russia’s Ministry of Defense bans contract troopers and military work force from posting via web-based networking media over feelings of trepidation it could uncover their area to the foe while conveyed on the war zone, the BBC reports.
Russia’s Defense Ministry cautioned that outside knowledge offices and psychological oppressor gatherings could utilize data presented by Russian troopers on “destabilize the inner political and social circumstance in different areas of the world,” as indicated by the Moscow Times. The worry is over geolocation information now a general component of most online networking systems that can be utilized to recognize the birthplace of a post or photograph to inside a couple of meters. Columnists have utilized this information to track troop developments and affirm the area of Russian officers.
In one example, BBC Ukraine journalist Myroslava Petsa distinguished a post by a Russian warrior transporting rockets to eastern Ukraine, where strife has seethed since April 2014.
Russia has reliably denied reports that it is supporting ace Russian warriors, which it describes as eager patriots, in the breakaway locales of Donetsk and Luhansk. Be that as it may, Vice News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky could utilize online networking action to affirm the nearness of Russian fighters in Ukraine.
The selfie boycott is relied upon to produce results in January 2018.