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Russian Radio Station Blocks an Opposition Blog on Its Website
On Friday, March 14, Russian radio station Ekho Moskvy blocked access to a blog written for its website by famous opposition activist Alexey Navalny on orders from Russian prosecutors
--19-03-2014--
Russian Biggest Liberal News Site Editor Removed, Staff Leaves Too
The editor-in-chief of the popular Russian news website Lenta.ru was relieved of her post on Wednesday, followed by 39 members of the editorial staff who signed their discharge applications in solidarity with their chief.
--14-03-2014--
Navalny's Personal Blog Is in Internet Blacklist Now
The LiveJournal blog of an opposition leader Alexey Navalny and several other independent websites have been included to the Russian Internet blacklist, Russia's telecoms watchdog said on Thursday.
--14-03-2014--
YouTube Is Blocked in Siberian Region
A biggest provider of Internet services in Russia's southern Siberian Republic of Altai has blocked access to the most popular video-sharing website YouTube for several controversial videos.
--11-03-2014--
Russia to Ban Websites Calling for Protests
In the late December the lower house of Russian parliament gave its final approval for a bill to ban websites that call for unauthorized protests.
--14-01-2014--
Doghunter Websites Banned in Russia
Two websites for people who poison stray and domesticated dogs are officially included to Russian Internet blacklist, with more similar webpages to follow.
--10-01-2014--
Russia to Block Websites Which Sell Alcohol
Starting from the next year, Russias alcohol regulation watchdog will be blocking websites believed to sell alcohol.
--12-11-2013--
98% of Blocked Websites in Russia Have no Illegal Content - Report
About 85,000 websites were included in the Russian Internet blacklist over the past year, 98 percent of them blocked without a valid reason, a new study said.
--08-11-2013--





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