1 min readRussian law makers approve bill which cuts access to foreign servers

Why are communist states implementing online censorship? What is on the internet they don’t want their citizens to see?

As of April this year, Russia has joined the ranks of China and Vietnam in controlling access to foreign servers. According to reports, this move was initiated by the growing concern on Russia’s over reliance to US technology. Other communist states have also implemented online censorship [ read Vietnam Passes New Cyberlaw Allowing Online Censorship to discover how Vietnam implements online censorship].

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