Undercover experiment: how authorities want to keep track of Russians


A coronavirus pandemic will change the world. Under the guise of combating a dangerous infection, sanitary cordons are being erected between states, regions and cities. Unable to stop the spread of COVID-19 on time, authorities begin controversial experiments to control their own populations, more and more reminiscent of the motifs of George Orwell's famous novel 1984.


For Russians it is important to know that something similar is already happening in our country.

First of all, it is necessary to separate the flies from cutlets. Coronavirus is dangerous, and the need to combat it is beyond doubt. Tough quarantine measures at one time allowed China to take control of the pandemic relatively quickly. In more “democratic” Europe and the USA, the situation is much worse. In a difficult period, restrictions on movement and mass gatherings of citizens are needed.

Another question is on what basis is this happening, who should be responsible for it, and how long will this regime really last. According to Art. 27 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, everyone has the right to move freely, choose their place of residence, etc. In accordance with Art. 55, the rights and freedoms of citizens may be limited only by federal law and only to the extent that it is necessary to protect the constitutional order, security of the country, health, rights and interests of others.

So, the ban on leaving Russians is a violation of their constitutional rights and freedoms, which is permissible only on the basis of special legislation. There is an emergency law (ES), which regulates in detail the rights and obligations of society and the state in a similar situation, but it has not been applied. Instead, President Putin, the guarantor of the Constitution of the Russian Federation and a lawyer by training, introduced a kind of “self-isolation” regime, which was not regulated in any legal way, and actually “turned arrows” on the subjects of the federation, entrusting them to independently determine this regime.

And how did the regional authorities take advantage of the legal vacuum?

So far, Nizhny Novgorod Region has gone the furthest, the governor of which has introduced a system for monitoring compliance with the self-isolation regime using QR codes. Now, in order to go for a walk with the dog, throw out the trash or go to the nearest store, you will need to fill out an application at 112 or get a QR code using your smartphone. Even the talented and shrewd Orwell did not think of such a thing in due time.

О technical Moscow authorities announced their readiness to introduce a similar system on April 4:

The introduction of this system will retain the possibility of targeted movements around the city: residents will still be able to go to work, go to a store, pharmacy or medical facility, including, if necessary, in another area.

An exception will be made for dog breeders and those who need to throw out garbage: they can leave the house without a QR code. In all other respects, the regime resembles life in a digital ghetto. Once again we make a reservation, we must fight the pandemic, but restrictive measures should not be introduced voluntarily, but on the basis of specialized federal legislation. And most importantly, after quarantine ends, all these innovations should be immediately and completely canceled.

The direction in which the idea of ​​bureaucracy is working can be judged by the project that has been suspended so far, to monitor COVID-19-infected Russians under the name Social Monitoring. The corresponding application was developed by the Moscow authorities. According to the idea of ​​the capital's officials, the program was supposed to track the geolocation of the patient so that he remained at home. However, its real functionality was alarming: it allowed you to access all photos and videos, correspondence in messengers, call history, Wi-Fi settings, take pictures remotely, find a person even with geolocation turned off. In other words, this is an openly spyware program, which people tried to "get involved" under the pretext of combating a pandemic.

At the same time, according to estimates of a number of programmers who managed to delve into the application before it was removed from public access, it used German servers and the Estonian face recognition program, that is, the infrastructure of NATO countries. The most remarkable thing is that the data had to be transmitted over the unprotected HTTP protocol, which simplifies their interception.

Big Brother is coming. But where does our guarantor of the Constitution look?
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  1. mor7d Offline
    mor7d (mor7d) April 6 2020 12: 18
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    Under the guise of combating a dangerous infection, sanitary cordons are being built between regions and cities

    Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a meeting with deputy prime ministers criticized the decisions of some governors to close the administrative borders of the regions due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. According to the Prime Minister, such actions are unacceptable.
  2. mor7d Offline
    mor7d (mor7d) April 6 2020 12: 19
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    where does our guarantor of the Constitution look?

    No one can say exactly where the president is today - in Moscow, on Valdai, in Sochi or in some kind of forest bunker.
  3. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker April 6 2020 12: 22
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    The quarantine week has passed, and the number of infected has only increased. Who is friends with the head, it is clear that this infection is NOT taken ANYWHERE - it is necessary for someone to bring it. So, you need the simplest thing that comes to mind to close the borders: state, city, district, etc. Where the sick appeared. And those who come to the country, city, district, quarantine at the expense of the state. And if these measures are observed, then it is not necessary to deprive the whole country of WORK and destroy the economy. Now with us, this infection comes from MOSCOW. Now I watched the news. A girl flew to Kurgan from Moscow to visit and she was diagnosed with this virus (info from 3.04). That's about how they spread the infection, and surveillance cameras are already a mockery of people.
    1. Kristallovich Online
      Kristallovich (Ruslan) April 6 2020 13: 19
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      The incubation period is up to 14 days. Now, if after April 15 there will be a similar increase in the number of cases, then it really can be thought over.
      1. King3214 Offline
        King3214 (Sergius) April 6 2020 14: 23
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        To think about the quality of compliance with self-isolation and the need for real quarantine?
        After all, it must be understood that while citizens independently comply with the requirements, without coercive measures by the state. And in the case of quarantine, coercive measures will be severe.
        1. Kristallovich Online
          Kristallovich (Ruslan) April 6 2020 14: 40
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          Tough measures had to be introduced immediately. Up to curfew. But by law, with appropriate payments to taxpayers. Yes, it’s unprofitable for the budget, but for sure. In the end, reserves accumulated above the roof.
    2. Blondy Offline
      Blondy (Blondy) April 12 2020 16: 48
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      Ugh, like everything is banal, power, then yes, and strangles freedom - no matter what power it is and no matter what it takes. What freedom to lie and distort? Sit at home and be heroes lying on the couch - fight with coronavirus.
  4. 123 Offline
    123 (123) April 7 2020 02: 11
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    The direction in which the idea of ​​bureaucracy is working can be judged by the project that has been suspended so far, to monitor COVID-19-infected Russians under the name Social Monitoring. The corresponding application was developed by the Moscow authorities. According to the idea of ​​the capital's officials, the program was supposed to track the geolocation of the patient so that he remained at home. However, its real functionality was alarming: it allowed you to access all photos and videos, correspondence in messengers, call history, Wi-Fi settings, take pictures remotely, find a person even with geolocation turned off. In other words, this is an openly spyware program, which people tried to "get involved" under the pretext of combating a pandemic.

    The information is somewhat at variance with published by Interfax.

    https://www.interfax.ru/moscow/702406

    First to patients with a diagnosis of COVID-19 transferred smartphones with a preinstalled application "Social monitoring."

    patient data is stored on servers Department of Information Technology which are located in Russia

    the application will automatically track geolocation user. Wherein it’s not a movement track that is recorded, but only the fact of leaving the self-isolation address. To make sure in, that the user is next to the phone, the application will periodically guide to user push notifications requesting additional identification using a photograph. In case of quarantine violation, the application will notify the operational headquarters of this.

    In this case, install on smartphone any other programs the patient will not be able.

    After discharge, the patient will be required to return the smartphone

    It turns out that for the time of quarantine a person was handed a smartphone with a preinstalled program, to install other programs and just call from him, he does not have the opportunity. What access and to which photos, videos and call history could the program get? request
    It turns out that someone is lying, either Interfax or the author. repeat
    And something seems to me that all these mysterious "programmers" who managed to delve into the application are actually a reprint from the article "Active Quarantine" by Daria Kozlova, published in Novaya Gazeta.

    https://novayagazeta.ru/articles/2020/04/03/84696-aktivnyy-karantin
  5. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) April 7 2020 07: 19
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    Quote: 123
    It turns out that someone is lying, either Interfax or the author.

    Why is she necessarily lying? And why is reprint necessary?
    1. 123 Offline
      123 (123) April 7 2020 12: 53
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      Why is she necessarily lying?

      The information is voiced directly opposite in meaning. Moreover, it is the facts, for example, the location of the servers, the functionality of smartphones. It is not a matter of a different assessment or personal attitude to the event. Someone’s information is not correct. At the same time, both the one and the other cannot be true. request
      We have a message from two sources of facts directly contradicting .. You do not like the word "lying"? Good. Let's call it fake. The essence of this does not change.
      One of two fake player, or Interfax, or you. yes

      And why is reprint necessary?

      Perhaps not a reprint, you just have a common data source. Voice information is exactly the same as the "New newspaper", the difference in details. You have mysterious "programmers", in "Novaya Gazeta" "chick of the nest of Navalny"

      former IT volunteer of the Anti-Corruption Fund and creator of the TgVPN service Vladislav Zdolnikov

      If we are talking about fakes, it’s logical to look at information about two publications, I scored in the search for “fakes of the Newspaper”, here is the first link:

      Big fakes: 15 of the most ridiculous stuffing Novaya Gazeta

      https://www.ridus.ru/news/320420

      At the request of "fake Interfax" only messages of the publication itself about fakes.
      In your opinion, which source deserves more trust?
      I recommend a more thorough approach to the choice of sources of information, otherwise the brand "FAYKOMETCHIK" fellow will accompany you throughout your professional career. hi
      1. Lieutenant Rzhevsky I April 7 2020 16: 40
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        otherwise the brand "FAYKOMETCHIK" will accompany you

        He has been covering his Cain's seal with his helmet for a long time.
  6. Nikolay Malyugin (Nikolai Malyugin) April 7 2020 08: 55
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    And so it was unexpected for us? After having entered passports when traveling by bus, train, moving around the city, the future became obvious. For those born in 1990 and later, this all seems logical.
    1. Lieutenant Rzhevsky I April 7 2020 16: 34
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      Quote: Nikolai Malyugin
      After you entered your passport when traveling by bus,

      My passport on the bus was checked only during the time of Pizzeria Raisovich in Simferopol. Year 86-88. Appearance to the cops, not in the bad sense of the word, seemed Tatar.
      1. Nikolay Malyugin (Nikolai Malyugin) April 7 2020 18: 54
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        In 1986, I took a ticket from Kazakhstan, and they did not ask me for a passport. I wandered around Kuibyshev day and night without documents. I was even very surprised by the situation of Lukashev. Why did he go into the bathhouse, taking with him a passport. Or maybe there was no movie without this?
  7. Lieutenant Rzhevsky I April 7 2020 16: 29
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    Seryozha, have you ever been to London?
  8. Termit1309 Offline
    Termit1309 (Alexander) April 8 2020 15: 14
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    Quote: Lieutenant Rzhevsky I
    Seryozha, have you ever been to London?

    In London, all this is possible. Light elves live there. In a totalitarian Mordor, you cannot be small.