Russia Introduces Internet Censorship

November 4, 2019

The first mention of the creation of an independent web space in Russia appeared in February. The law on "independent internet", which Vladimir Putin signed in May, came into force on November 1. It aims to protect the Internet against cyber attacks or other threats from outside the country.


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