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Defense Ministry recommends Russian military quits using social networks – report

The Russian Defense Ministry has issued a fresh recommendation for all servicemen to stop using social networks, switch off geolocation services on mobile phones, and generally abstain from internet posts, a popular daily reports. Read Full Article at
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