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In the OP spoke about new technologies disrupt

Games and flash mobs with political overtones, and the dissemination of screenshots with fake news in social networks are new technologies aimed at disrupting the vote, which showed the vote on the amendments to the Constitution, the first Vice-President of the Commission of Public chamber of the Russian Federation on development of information community, media and mass communications Alexander Malkevich.

"One of the new technologies that we have identified is the proliferation of fake information, not by sending links, and by spreading through social networks and instant messengers, so-called screenshots... It's a new technology, we have to develop an antidote against it," said Malkevich at the meeting of the state Duma Commission on investigation of facts of interference of foreign States into Russia's internal Affairs, noting that thus usually spread fake news.

A special danger of this method, according to member OP the Russian Federation, carries because to recheck the received information to the user impossible.

"Among the technologies to disrupt the vote this time is used actively the technology of gamification, that is, run various flash mobs and other like games with political overtones, contests, photos and videosave Bulletin in which it was necessary to put a tick against the amendments. A number of similar stories were revealed to us," added Malkevich.

Voting on amendments to the basic law was held from 25 June to 1 July. After processing 100% of protocols, the total turnout of voters amounted to 67,97%. For acceptance of amendments have voted 77,92% (almost 58 million Russians), against of 21.27% (about 16 million). They entered into force on 4 July.