Orthodox believers in the capital could soon get access to a special Wi-Fi network which will block inappropriate content, Moscow Patriarchate deputy speaker Roman Bogdasarov told Izvestia on Friday.
The religious network will block access to online content deemed extremist, sectarian or pornographic, the report said.
“Distorted historical facts,” would also be unavailable, the report said.
The church official said the network would give access to religious content, but also “normal cinema — for example, the films ‘Alexander Nevsky’ and ‘Burnt By the Sun’” as well as other material that espouses “the right values, like traditional morality, patriotism, the protection of the family and children.”
The network will be available in the vicinity of the capital's churches and popular gathering points for Moscow's youth — including the Winzavod and Muzeon cultural centers, and the city's Manezh Square and Borovitskaya Ploshchad, the report said.
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