The Russian teenager will spend time in prison for criticizing the Russian war in Ukraine on social networks
Olesya Krivtsova has an anti-Putin tattoo on one ankle and a bracelet that tracks her every move.
The young woman from Russia's Arkhangelsk region must keep the device while she is under house arrest, after being accused of social media posts criticizing Russia's war in Ukraine.
Russian officials have added Krivtsova to the list of terrorists and extremists, on the same level as ISIS, Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
Krivtsova is a student, but at the moment she is unable to continue her studies.
Currently, Krivtsova is under house arrest in her mother's apartment in Severodvinsk and has been banned from all forms of online communication.
"Olesya's case is not the first, nor the last," Alexei Kichin, Krivtsova's lawyer, told CNN.
Independent human rights monitor OVD-Info said at least 61 such cases were pursued in Russia in 2022 on charges of justifying online terrorism. 26 people were convicted.
Olesya's mother, Natalya Krivtsova, says the government is trying to give a warning to the public, with her daughter, to make her a scapegoat.