Google criticizes Russian authorities over service blockages and non-transparent blacklisting procedures

Google criticizes Russian authorities over service blockages and non-transparent blacklisting procedures

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New In less than a month since the Russian authorities created the blacklist of websites distributing illegal content, Google’s services have been put there and blocked several times. Since November 1, Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor can order local hosting providers and ISPs to block access to any website by putting it...
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