Russia Wants to Cut Itself Off From the Global Internet. Here’s What That Really Means.

The plan is going to be tricky to pull off, both technically and politically, but the Kremlin has set its sights on self-sufficiency

Illustration: Mikel Jaso

By Charlotte Jee

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