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Russia is Censoring More Than Just the Internet
The Kremlin risks pushing people out of the virtual world and into the streets.
Putin Wants What China’s Xi Already Has: His Own Internet
New Russian domain system is designed to protect Russian internet from the World Wibe Web
Russia Delivers High-Speed Internet to Islands Disputed by Japan
Russia and Japan both claim sovereignty over the chain of four islands.
Tinatin Japaridze & Lincoln Mitchell
On the Cyber Battlefield, China, Not Russia, Is the Biggest Threat to the U.S.
China has surpassed Russia as the most prolific state-sponsored cyber adversary against the West.
Twitter Says Troll Accounts Linked to Russia Were Actually Venezuelan, Revises Data
Twitter removed 228 accounts from the Russian IRA dataset earlier this month.
Russia Must Build Own Internet in Case of Foreign Disruption, Putin Says
The comments came days after Russian lawmakers backed tighter internet controls.
The Great Firewall of Russia. Why Polar Bears Pillaged a Siberian Village. Julia Ioffe on Putin and Trump.
The weekly news and analysis podcast from Moscow.
Russia Moves to Mask Its Soldiers' Digital Trail
Those who break the ban would be subject to disciplinary measures.
Russia Moves to Grant Government the Power to Shut Down the Internet, Explained
Politicians cited the need to respond to an “aggressive” U.S. national cybersecurity strategy.
Google Began Censoring Search Results in Russia, Reports Say
Google has deleted around 70 percent of the websites blacklisted by Russian authorities, Vedomosti cited sources as saying.
Online Censorship Cases in Russia Skyrocketed in 2018, NGO Says
Agora recorded 662,842 cases of internet censorship faced by Russian users in 2018.
Apple Stores Russian Users' Personal Data Locally, Filing Shows
Apple users in the region have data including their name, delivery address, email address and phone number stored on servers in Russia.
Russia Flirts With Internet Sovereignty
When it comes to internet censorship, Russia has long followed China’s example.
Internet Anonymity Will Soon Disappear, Russian Culture Minister Warns
Russia’s outspoken Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky called the internet “overly free” and said it “definitely needs to be regulated” in a new...
Memes Abound After Emu Escapes Russian Christmas Special
A Christmas emu on the lam in a St. Petersburg school soon found itself the star of memes.
Every 10th Russian Adult Watches Porn, Study Says
Russia blocked access to the world’s largest adult website Pornhub in 2016.
Russian Official Threatens to Block Google Over Violations
Google was fined earlier for failing to filter search hits based on a government registry of banned websites.
Russian Watchdog Fines Google Over Violations, Warns Twitter and Facebook
Google was fined 500,000 rubles ($7,530) for failing to filter searches based on a government registry of banned websites.
Russia Establishes New Profession to Teach Retirees How to Use the Internet
The newly created “digital curators” job will focus on teaching retirees how to pay their bills and maintain their documents online.
Russia Continues Fall in Internet Freedom Ranking — Freedom House
Russia now ranks 53rd in the report with 65 points, behind Thailand and Gambia, and is classified as “not free.”
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