Roskomnadzor found dozens of sites, including outside the blast zone .ru, on which in open access are laid out children’s personal information from the letters to Santa Claus.

“We have found 55 sites that organize sabotage the whole operation Santa Claus and post children’s personal information from their letters to Grandpa in open access. Name, age, home address, telephone number – this information is available to the public without the consent of the legal representatives”, – stated in the message Department on the official page in social network “Vkontakte”.

According to the Roskomnadzor, the sites from the list of registered not only in Russia, but in the domain areas of Panama, Australia and the USA that suggests “involvement of foreign folklore characters to these events.”

The Ministry promised to rectify the violations. “For all the revealed facts, we will take appropriate response actions (including judicial) to resolve violations. Santa Claus, happy birthday. Let all the letters before one gets to you. Including ours,” write the officials, showing what worked well in the past year.

The main Grandfather the frost of Russia, which residence is located in the town of Veliky Ustyug celebrates its birthday. The first gift, according to the official website of the new year’s wizard, was a quilt created by the masters of patchwork from different cities of Russia, Germany, USA and Italy. Each of them created one block quilts, and all of them were 100 pieces. On 16 November, on the eve of the birthday of Ded Moroz, the representative of the project volgogradki Olga Vovchenko arrived in Veliky Ustyug to give a gift.

On postal website of Santa Claus published manual, which helps to write him a letter so that a wish come true. In particular, the sender requires “a cherished desire” and “belief in miracles”.

As of 1 October, Santa Claus has received nearly 3 million emails from those who hoped for a miracle. We will remind, before the New year is 43 days.

Roskomnadzor found 55 sites, are sabotaging the work of Santa Claus 18.11.2016

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