What do you think about Russian government’s decision to close access to information on real estate of top officials?
|Corruptionists are afraid to be revealed|
|It does not matter, as interested persons will provide information on luxury houses of officials to journalists|
|This will not influence anything, as everyone already knows how the "servants of the people" live|
|It was the right decision on protection personal data|
|It is good decision not to inflame social strife in society|
Do you think that Chinese experience in fighting corruption can save Russia?
|I don’t think, that such draconian approach may justify good cause|
|I doubt it. It will hardly scare Russian corrupt officials|
|Yes, we should have lifted the moratorium on capital punishment long ago|
|Unlikely, corruption in China has never been eradicated|
How do you protect your personal information online?
|I rely on any possible means (complex passwords, VPNs, encrypted chats, two-factor authentication and other precautions|
|I am a law-abiding citizen and have nothing to hide|
|I just don't. No one is watching me anyway|
|I don't do anything since if the security services want to know something, they will find a way to do it|
Do you think that authorities will finally solve the problem of assets withdrawal abroad?
|Partly. They fight only against «regular people»|
|Yes, their intentions are serious|
|No, they fight only in words|
Why has Alexey Ulyukaev been detained?
|It is Putin’s purges of staff|
|The detention was lawful - he is a corrupt official|
|This is demonstration of the fight with corruption|
|It is struggle between power structures; he was got in wrong|