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Geopolitics, Isolationism and the Internet

Putin’s Building a Firewall for the Russian Splinternet

Putin, a fractious fascist, is fracturing fraternal free flow of information in Russia with a state-controlled internet being defended by a tightening state-run firewall. But will a cheap Chinese copy actually work?




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