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Rusko državno tužilaštvo pokrenulo je istragu protiv telekomunikacione kompanije koja je na svom sajtu postavila igricu u kojoj je cilj da ubijete predsednika te države.


Nedavno se na vebsajtu jedne ruske telekomunikacione kompanije pojavila igrica u kojoj posetioci sajta mogu da upucaju karikaturu predsednika Dmitrija Medvedeva, prenosi agencija Rojters, i dodaje da državno tužilaštvo istražuje ceo slučaj.

Kompanija Alajans Telekom iz istočne Rusije trenutno reklamira novu promociju pod nazivom "Moskva", a u okviru koje lik predsednika Rusije iskače iza crvenih zidova Kremljina, gde ga posetioci sajta mogu samo jednim klikom miša upucati i potom staviti zlatni oreol oko glave.

Jedan od vodećih političara iz oblasti Primorski kraj i član stranke "Ujedinjena Rusija" Galust Akhojan izjavio je da je upotreba Medvedevog lika u ove svrhe neprihvatljiva.

"Karikature političara u civilizovanim društvima su stvar biznisa. Međutim, koristiti glavu prvog čoveka države na ovaj nači je vid ekstremizma", istakao je on.

Pored mogućosti da "ubiju" šefa Rusije, korisnicima sajta je omogućeo takođe i da pucaju na mete poput balona, broda i podmornice.

http://www.mondo.rs/s194731/Info/Upucajte_Medvedeva.html

Far east firm apologises after shooting the president online
by Alina Lobzina at 14/01/2011 14:43

Taking aim at the president could see an internet provider in the firing line after an ad campaign missed the target.
Primorye region’s AlyansTelekom company was forced to remove a cartoon shoot-em-up from its website amid claims that the target was none other than Dmitry Medvedev.
Alyans managers made a public apology and blamed their “mad PR-team” for the controversial cartoon after the regional interior ministry announced it was unamused.

Kremlin shoot-out
Although tame compared with the blood and gore of many online shooters, a cartoon featuring a man in a suit hiding on the Kremlin’s battlements drew fire from critics.
Visitors to the site saw their cursor turn into a gun sight, and a direct hit on the presidential lookalike saw a halo appear around his head.
At that point visitors were given more information about the company’s Moskovsky price plan.

Coincidence
The Alyans webteam, however, denied all similarities with real people and places. “A resemblance could be found only by those who looked for it,” read an official statement on the corporate website.
“The images pictured in our website’s flash-advertising – including a character that someone thought looked so similar to Dmitry Anatolyevich [Medvedev]– are just a cartoon, fictional and incidental.”
They also expressed their backing for their “favourite current president” who is an active Internet-user.
“Dmitry Anatolyevich is a famous blogger, Twitteruser and online forum reader. We totally support him!” they wrote.

Apologies
But they expressed regret over the design of the virtual president and company director Andrei Patrikeyev asked for public understanding.
“You know, these people are such creative personalities, they are not of this world, as people say,” read his public apology statement.
The banner remained on the website after Patrikeyev’s statement was made, RIA Novosti reported, although shooting the president had become impossible.
The controversial game was completely removed from the website after the authorities issued an official warning about promoting extremism.


http://themoscownews.com/politics/20110114/188335512.html?referfrommn
 
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