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Russia banned Facebook and Instagram. What will Russians use now?
A Russian court ruled that Meta was guilty of “extremist” activity, effectively banning Instagram and Facebook. Where does this leave Russian social media users?
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Google joins the ranks of other local and international media which have been banned, including Meta's platforms Instagram and Facebook.
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Meta's Instagram was banned by Russia on Monday after the social media giant temporarily allowed posts calling for "Death to Russian invaders".
Meta ban sees Russians' demand for VPNs skyrocket by 2,000%
VPNs change the user’s unique IP address, allowing them to conceal their true location and circumvent Internet restrictions.
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Russia is rumoured to be planning to cut itself off from the global Internet. Here's why that's easier said than done.
Russians are turning to VPNs to bypass censorship over Ukraine war
VPNs or virtual private networks are helping Russians keep channels to information from outside the country open almost two weeks into the war in Ukraine.
Russia cracks down on independent media during Ukraine invasion
Russia is not only attacking Ukraine. Independent media say they are in Moscow's crosshairs, too.
Ukraine: Meta bans Russian media from running ads amid censorship row
Russia had ordered Meta to stop independent fact-checking of reports from Russian media on Facebook amid a wider crackdown of media in the country.
David Fincher slams China's censorship of 'Fight Club' ending
The director of the 1999 classic says he was not informed massive changes would be made to the ending of the film, which removed 12 minutes in total.
Chinese streaming services censor homosexuality in US show 'Friends'
Chinese censorship has cracked down on "Friends", unleashing the anger of fans of the American series
Grindr disappears from China's app stores
The gay dating app vanished from app stores amid a government push to "purify" the internet ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics - but censorship may not be to blame.
Erdogan says TV must reflect family values after Masked Singer outcry
President Erdogan says Turkish culture and children must be protected from unspecified messages and symbols.
'Orwellian' ban sees Holocaust book removed from school curriculums
A district ruling in Tennessee, US, will ban the Pulitzer-winning 1991 graphic novel 'Maus' from its Holocaust education programme on the grounds of "nudity" and "language".
Tennis Australia criticised for ban on t-shirts supporting Peng Shuai
China's government has been accused of silencing the 36-year-old player after she made a sexual assault allegation in November.
Europe human rights court calls on Russia to suspend Memorial closure
International condemnation has followed the decisions by two Russian courts to shut down the prominent human rights group and its sister organisation.
Denmark pledges to protect teachers from threats against free speech
"It is unacceptable for violence and threats to create self-censorship and censorship in schools," said Danish Justice Minister Nick Hækkerup.
Russia blocks access to anonymous online Tor network
Russia's communications watchdog said the network had been used to share "illegal" content.
Amnesty: States need to stop going after people sharing information
Amnesty International researcher Lisa Maracani spoke to Euronews about the group's latest report on censorship and freedom of information during the pandemic.
It’s time to make a commitment to protect the media | View
Four years after Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder, journalists in Europe are still under threat, writes Article 19's Europe division chief Sarah Clarke.
This 3D replica of Michelangelo’s David is causing controversy
A 3D replica of Michelangelo's David has led to discussions around art and censorship, due to only the statue's face being visible to most visitors.