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Online cinemas appealed for support at the Ministry of Communications

Online cinemas appealed for support at the Ministry of Communications
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The Internet Video Association, including the online cinemas Amediateka, Megogo, Okko, ivi and tvzavr, complained to the Ministry of Telecommunications of telecom operators that limited their traffic under increased network loads. The management of the association asked to be included in the white list of Internet resources.

This is reported "Vedomosti". Online cinemas appealed to the Ministry of Communications because of the increased popularity of sites in isolation. According to the head of the association, Alexei Byrdin, online cinemas along with the channels of the first and second multiplexes should be included in the white list of sites whose access should not be limited due to the growing load on the network. It is proposed to create a blacklist for unblocked pirate sites.

Internet providers do not believe in the loyalty of the Ministry of Communications to this initiative of the leadership of online cinemas. Representatives of MTS, MegaFon and Vimpelcom believe that the emergence of new lists along with the Roskomnadzor registry will cause confusion and provoke abuse.

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