6 signs there’s no such thing as Internet freedom in Russia

The Moscow Times covers a report by the Agora international human rights group on Russia, where people are being tracked, beaten, imprisoned and thrown in psychological wards because of the statement they make online that contradict the Kremlin’s narrative. Since the beginning of 2015, at least 47 people have been imprisoned in Russia for their statements online, according to the report.

 

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