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Bryan MacDonald
Western Twitter users who believe Russia’s IT savvy can hack elections anywhere –and rule the world remotely - might want to observe the rollout of Moscow’s new digital transport pass this morning. Here's the queue to enter a metro station.
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Bryan MacDonald Apr 15
Replying to @27khv
Every Muscovite using public or private transport is required to have a pass, obtained online. In theory, the system was supposed to reduce crowds. Sadly, on the first day of the scheme, the reality was quite different. Report here
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Seeji Sundarakshan Apr 15
Replying to @27khv
Typical European style lockdown!
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D-Con Apr 15
Replying to @27khv
There is another question. Why do they use metro. The Moscow is on quarantine, it's not like it's hard to get to your "essential" job (non-essentials are sitting at home). I wouldn't join such crowd, it's Darwin award ceremony.
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