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Russia will allocate 1,6 billion rubles to identify socially dangerous students

Russia will allocate 1,6 billion rubles to identify socially dangerous students
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ANO "Center for the Study and Network Monitoring of the Youth Environment" (ANO "TsISM") - a structure of Rosmolodezh - can receive more than 1,5 billion rubles. With this money, the organization will develop a system for monitoring the dissemination of information that can persuade or induce children to “take actions that threaten their life” or the life and health of others.

According to RBC, such data appeared in the three-year budget for 2024 of the federal project "Social Activity". Rosmolodezh will be responsible for execution. In 2021, almost 245 million rubles were allocated for these purposes.

It is assumed that the developed software will analyze the texts of students. And they will reveal "tendencies to socially dangerous and destructive behavior." In Rosmolodezh, the publication could not explain how the personal data of students will be protected, and whether the information will be transferred to law enforcement agencies.

CISM was established in 2019. Then Rosmolodezh and the Ministry of Education and Science offered to allocate him 600 million rubles. The money also had to go to look for information that threatened the life and health of others. The content paid attention to at the Center was of a suicidal nature, popularizing criminal subcultures and other destructive patterns of behavior. They also paid attention to cyberbullying. Only in social networks, 61 million accounts were noticed that at least once touched on such topics.

 

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