“MOSCOW — One day there will be thousands of volunteers out there patrolling the Russian Internet. That at least is the dream of a new organization launched this week, the League of Internet Safety.
The league is a heavyweight organization formed by the three major mobile providers: Mobile TeleSystems, VimpelCom, and Megafon, and the state telecom company Rostelecom. It also features the head of Mail.ru, Dmitry Grishin, on its board of trustees, which is headed by the Communications and Press Minister Igor Shchyogolev.
The league’s primary purpose in the next year will be to fight against child pornography, organizers say. But they also talked about eventually expanding that mission to policing other “negative” content.”
From Radio Free Europe