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President Vladimir Putin has signed a law tightening the Russian governments already strong hold on the internet. Earlier this week, Putin officially passed whats become known as the bloggers law, which requires popular internet writers to follow rules normally reserved for larger media outlets. Under it, any blogger with more than 3,000 readers is required […]

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Watchdog group Reporters Without Borders publishes its updated “Enemies of the Internet” list each year. The report looks to shed light on the current state of the Internet, revealing which countries across the globe stand in the way of unfettered access to the wealth of information the Web has to offer. Places like North Korea and […]

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Every year, Reporters Without Borders publishes a list of Enemies of the Internet, designed to draw attention to countries that disrupt the freedom of information with propaganda, surveillance, and censorship. Still, it sends a powerful message to see the country on the same list as Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and the Great Firewall of China. The […]

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