Disinformation defeat by far. Businessmen dream of going to court, to Fialv adviser

Disinformation defeat by far. Businessmen dream of going to court, to Fialv adviser
Disinformation defeat by far. Businessmen dream of going to court, to Fialv adviser
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How do you assess the government’s fight against disinformation so far?
The government caused a huge amount of laughter with its appearance. In economic reforms, budget consolidation or foreign policy. But let’s fight with disinformation. However, I dare say that the high level has created an explanation for whom the company has died. The cabinet could have done a lot more in all those areas. Probably always. However, where I see the main problem of the fight against disinformation is the fact that there are many activities, projects and programs in various ministries, etc., but they are not connected at the time. Urit is therefore not a presentation room on the outside. This means that he won’t even take them as many times. I think this is one of those weak points that the government should focus on in the next two years, if there are elections in two years.

The turning point was 2014, i.e. Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Since then, the activities of disinformation in the village have increased dramatically.

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