The adoption in the first reading of a draft law on the “sovereign Internet” by the State Duma, the lower parliamentary chamber in Russia, occurred earlier this week. The bill has the potential to isolate the country from the global community and would surely foster censorship. Also read: States Moving Toward Sales Tax That Would Hit …
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