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Russia’s Internet Network Isolation bill Has been Signed into Law

The Russian president of the the largest country in the world, signed the Russian Internet isolation law. The law, which lasted for a year, has been followed by new US strategies, and has since been tested experimentally and is now scheduled to be operational from November 10th.

How Russia became independent?

With the signing of Putin, which is at the bottom of this law, the Russian Internet is essentially independent of the international network. So that Russian servers should cut off their connections with foreign service providers. The national domain system should also be expanded and used in order to avoid interruptions in the absence of interruptions on the Internet. As a result, the Russian government can more easily monitor the Internet than before.

Russian internet isolation bill
Putin signs Russian internet isolation bill into law

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Of course, now the Internet in Russia has a lot of restrictions for users, and due to the presence of people in the cyberspace it is anonymously, many consider this country as non-free.

The opinion of the Russian people about the independence of the country

From the very beginning of the Russian Internet Independence Initiative, a large number of people opposed the plan, and even various freedom-loving groups stood up against the Internet’s independence. The event was so serious that there were widespread marches. Some of these marches, known as the “Free Internet,” were among the largest marches of the people in contemporary Russian history, according to some. This is the result of government surveys, and almost 52% of independent Internet users are in Russia.

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ref: engadget