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Agora Human Rights Association presents a new report "The Russian Internet – at the Service of the State"

posted 4 May 2012, 14:13 by Rights in Russia   [ updated 4 May 2012, 14:20 ]
25 April 2012


The government is seeking to share responsibility for limiting freedom of the Internet in Russia with intermediaries: service providers, registrars, non-profits, schools and libraries.

According to a new report published by Agora Human Rights Association on 25 April, The Russian Internet – at the Service of the State, government officials are being obliged to find new approaches to controlling the Internet as a result of major reputational damage caused by using traditional direct means of control. [Read more]