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CyberCop is coming: Russia's Group-IB receives $966,000 to build an anti-cybercrime system

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Group-IB, a resident of the Moscow-based Skolkovo Foundation, is set to receive 30m rubles (approximately $966,000) to develop a counter-cybercrime system for both Russian and international customers, FK-Novosti reports. The grant is financed by the Skolkovo Foundation, which has appropriated 21m rubles ($676,000), and LETA Group, an accredited investor in Skolkovo residents and also...
CyberCop is coming: Russia's Group-IB receives $966,000 to build an anti-cybercrime system

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

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

Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

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In a lawsuit, the public prosecution office of Almaty, Kazakhstan has demanded from Google, Facebook, Twitter, and blogging platform LiveJournal, which is particularly popular among Russian-speaking bloggers, to stop publishing content from opposition media, Novosti-Kazakhstan reports. In other words, prosecutors want Google and others to shut down pages, groups, and/or blogs that...
Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

SOPA-style protests reject Russian bill to blacklist websites

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Russian-language sites are protesting a bill submitted to the lower house of Russian parliament this week. The bill would create a national registry of blacklisted sites that contained child pornography, extremist ideas, and suicide- or drug-related content. Many of the bill's opponents say Duma Bill 89417-6 (titled "On protection of children...
SOPA-style protests reject Russian bill to blacklist websites

Facebook is completely blocked in Tajikistan as government brands it "a hotbed of slander"

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Tajikistan’s Office of Telecommunications has officially ordered all ISPs and mobile carriers in the country to block access to Facebook following a spoken order a day earlier. By Monday evening, all 6 ISPs and 6 mobile carriers in Tajikistan complied to the orders, cutting local users from the world’s biggest...
Facebook is completely blocked in Tajikistan as government brands it "a hotbed of slander"

Giant iPhone unveiled in Russia as a memorial for Steve Jobs

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An interactive memorial based on the design of an iPhone 5 has been setup in St. Petersburg today in order to remember Apple co-founder and technology visionary Steve Jobs. The black monument, which appears to be a bit larger than the average person, has a bright display on the front...
Giant iPhone unveiled in Russia as a memorial for Steve Jobs

Russia's new spaceship will fly to you the moon, let you swing among the stars

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Russia's protracted attempts at replacing the aging space warhorse that is Soyuz may finally bear fruit. RSC Energia has announced that it has finished the design of a prototype spacecraft under the country's Prospective Piloted Transport System -- the equivalent of the Orion program. The as-yet unnamed craft is...
Russia's new spaceship will fly to you the moon, let you swing among the stars
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