Synesis officially notes that this information, like many previous fake news about Kipod on Telegram-channels, doesn’t correspond to reality: firstly, neither Synesis nor its subsidiaries are involved in installing and connecting CCTV cameras; secondly, the company has nothing to do with this project and has no information regarding plans to install cameras in schools. Other companies in Belarus are also involved in installing cameras and implementing video surveillance with video analytics functions, so it is inappropriate and reckless to correlate each connection of a video surveillance system with the Kipod system.
We have already commented on fake news about mass identification of citizens, connecting cameras in courtyards, participating in a tender of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the purchase and connection of new cameras to RSMOB, installing hundreds of cameras in the Vitebsk region. This news is another example of how the information agenda in Telegram-channels is being formed regarding the Synesis company and its products, and also clearly demonstrates the reasons why the company was included in the sanctions list of the EU Council.
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