Restrictions brought to the Internet in Russia caused the public uprising. Here are the details!
28 people were detained in the demonstration regarding the abolition of internet restrictions in Moscow.
In Moscow, the capital of Russia, internet restrictions were protested. On the Saharov Street in Moscow, action under the name of “freedom to the Internet” was carried out on the grounds that the Russian President Vladimir Putin’s administration imposed restrictions on the Internet.
Great uprising from Russia on the Internet!
Police confiscated a total of 28 people, including some posters and balloons that writes about the slogan before the protest. Russia’s Interior Ministry, 6 thousand 500 people participated in the rally, while the opposition sources, the rally about 15 thousand 300 people participated in the allegation.
In addition, in the coming weeks, Russia will conduct a test that will “unplug” the link between the country’s global Internet system. According to the news on the BBC, the date is not yet known, but is expected to be before April 1.
This is the last day for Russian lawmakers to propose amendments to the draft law called the Digital Economy National Program. The test is the last move of the Kremlin administration in an effort to create a örneğin sovereign internet ma in times of crisis, for example, to protect it from cyber attacks during wars.
At the same time, however, there are concerns that the trial is a trial step to create a similar, limited and controlled Internet in China.