It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Several media outlets in Russia's St. Petersburg city, and a popular online news broadcaster, Dozhd (Rain), came under hacker attack Thursday.
"There has been a DDoS attack going since (Thursday) morning. Our IT service is doing everything possible to get the site back up and running. This is a very serious attack," said the editor-in-chief of the St. Petersburg-based online newspaper Fontaka.ru.
Other sites affected include Novaya Gazeta and Ekho Moskvy in St Petersburg.
Russian internet users also reported problems with the nationwide sites for Novaya Gazeta, Ekho Moskvy and Russian Forbes..
originally posted by: benrl
Wow, just a little worse than your Average US election results, around 45-55 percent, so you figure about what a quarter of the US population decides who our leader is.
Really, election and polls, as the US has shown, can be made to say really just about anything.
originally posted by: RadiationAndCancer
a reply to: Catacomb
Hey believe what ever the Hell you want, from the same people who brought you 9/11 building 7 and so on.
If propaganda works on you, frankly that's not my problem, but yours.
First thing they did in Crimea was double the pensions and upped salaries, of course people wanted to secede and keep the better finances