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Will Russia's Censorship Law Oust Google, Facebook?

Russia's sudden increase of Internet censorship could mean the end of Google and Facebook in the country, per Yasha Levine, who explains that on March 13, about six highly trafficked Russian government opposition blogs and indie media outlets were suddenly blocked in the country without a court order or public hearing. This is the result of a new Internet censorship law that went into effect in February. Levine explains what this censorship law could mean.

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