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The service said that 64% of websites were found guilty of propaganda and distribution of drugs, 15% - of children’s pornography and 12% - of suicide.
The bloggers’ register comprises 317 people, and 187 people are waiting for the registration.
The register of forbidden sites was launched in 2012. A decision on adding a Web site to the list is made by the communications watchdog, the Federal Drug Control Service and the Federal Service for Oversight of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare.
From February 1, the register also includes sites calling for extremism and social unrest.