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The key to your success: Russia makes it its own Wikipedia soon

The key to your success: Russia makes it its own Wikipedia soon


Russia makes its own Wikipedia  Russia is a new site for the national encyclopedia after President Vladimir Putin said that the popular Wikipedia online service is unreliable and should be replaced.  A government decision states that as a result of this move, consumers will be able to find "reliable information that is constantly being updated on the basis of scientifically proven sources of knowledge," according to Reuters reports.  Last month, Putin suggested replacing the Wikipedia electronic library with an electronic version of the Great Russian Encyclopedia, which succeeded the main encyclopedia of the Soviet Union.  "At every level, this will be reliable information presented in a modern form," Putin said at the time.   In 2015, Russia briefly blocked the Russian version of Wikipedia because of an article containing information about cannabis under a law banning drug-related sites.  Moscow has also introduced stricter rules for the Russian part of the Internet so that it can continue to operate even if it is excluded from foreign infrastructure.  The Great Russian Encyclopedia is now available online in primary electronic format.  The new online portal will cost about two billion rubles ($ 31 million), Tass quoted Sergey Kravets, the encyclopedia's editor-in-chief, at the end of November.  The Russian government will also create a national research and education center for the Greater Russian Encyclopedia, according to the decision signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
The key to your success: Russia makes it its own Wikipedia soon

Russia is another webpage for the national reference book after President Vladimir Putin said that the famous Wikipedia online assistance is questionable and ought to be supplanted. 

An administration choice expresses that because of this move, customers will have the option to discover "solid data that is continually being refreshed based on experimentally demonstrated wellsprings of information," as indicated by Reuters reports. 

A month ago, Putin recommended supplanting the Wikipedia electronic library with an electronic variant of the Great Russian Encyclopedia, which succeeded the principle reference book of the Soviet Union.

"At every level, this will be reliable information presented in a modern form," Putin said at the time.

In 2015, Russia briefly blocked the Russian version of Wikipedia because of an article containing information about cannabis under a law banning drug-related sites.

Moscow has also introduced stricter rules for the Russian part of the Internet so that it can continue to operate even if it is excluded from foreign infrastructure.

The Great Russian Encyclopedia is now available online in primary electronic format.

The new online portal will cost about two billion rubles ($ 31 million), Tass quoted Sergey Kravets, the encyclopedia's editor-in-chief, at the end of November.

The Russian government will also create a national research and education center for the Greater Russian Encyclopedia, according to the decision signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.