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GORKI, November 25 (Itar-Tass) —— The creation of a safe Internet for children should be made not only inside Russia, but also at international level, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said at a meeting with women, which participate in the Forum of Women, here on Friday.
Chairperson of the Kaspersky Laboratory Board of Directors Natalia Kasperskaya offered to form a special committee, which will categorize the content and will ward off Internet threats. She believes that psychologists, policemen and lawyers should be involved in this work. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin offered the president to give instructions to the Russian Security Council to ponder over this issue.
“I am not confident that this is the task for the Security Council, because they lack proper specialists,” Medvedev pointed out. It is better to form a committee on other grounds, probable in the government, he said. He noted that what is the subject of agreement and how to regulate this are high on the agenda of the committee.
“To my mind, we should encourage the international community for this quite actively,” the president added. “We should encourage those, who are finally engaged in this policy in other countries. We can create an expert group. I do not oppose this, but the international trend should be developed compulsorily,” the president remarked.
For her part, Kasperskaya noted that there is no “model of threats” now. “You are creating this model and then we will put it on the state basis,” Medvedev instructed.