SputnikThe state search engine of Russia, created by Rostelecom.
Develops into the portal, that is, it will build up other services to facilitate the provision of public services to citizens.Why is it needed and how is it different from existing search engines? Filtering, that is, protecting the user, is the official version.Filtering includes protecting children and adults from any porn, aggression, spreading drugs, calling for violence ...
Or rather, it is not a filter in the usual sense. There are soon only proven and allowed sites. That is, on request you will get much less than other search engines.
It will be convenient if we are looking for official information. But if we need to download something, then go to Yandex.Unusual menu, instead of the usual Search, Pictures, Videos, Maps ... we see Search, News, Maps, Convenient Russia, My Home, Medicines, Finances
Maps use the open card service base OpenStreetMap (details).
Russian Owner: Rostelecom, reliable site.email: firstname.lastname@example.org
tel.: +7 (495) 504-44-44
address: ул. Тверская, д.7, г. Москва
TelegrafSend a telegram through the site.
Rostelecom inherited the old telegraph and all infrastructure.
So they decided to again provide this opportunity to the public. The service is paid: 2.8 rubles per word, urgent - 4.69 rubles per word. As before, you can send with a notice, delivery, on a greeting card, like a postcard ...
All extra paid separately.
Russian Owner: Rostelecom, reliable site.
Internet ABCsTeaching users of the older generation to work on the computer and on Internet.
Rostelecom and the Pension Fund decided to help the elderly learn new technologies.
The site itself is based on the principle of a textbook, step by step, which is simple and understandable to the user.
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