US, Russia Ink Cyber Deal: Obama & Medvedev Officially Facebook Friends
MOSCOW — Two long-time rivals are close to coming to terms with trying to maintain peace over the Internet.
The United States and Russia are close to signing off on a system to ensure secure communications in the public sector. This measure will prevent hackers from launching acts of intended aggression on official channels not supported by their respective governments.
“It’s really simple, actually,” explained White House spokeswoman Juanita Conchita Morita. “The two nations will just “friend” each other on Facebook and lift the barriers allowing each other to check out their Timelines and party photos.”
The two nations had previously attempted an online relationship in LinkedIn, but it devolved into a flame war with Very Demotivational Posters as weapons.
“To show good faith,” continued Morita, “President Obama will make the first entry and is planning to “Like” Vladamir Putin’s wife Lyudmila.
Foreign sources have warned, however, that this initiative may not be the best idea, owing to the fact the Russian strongman’s beau hasn’t been seen in public in two years – coincidentally, the same time that rumors of Putin consorting with former Olympic gold medalist Alina Kabayeve first emerged.