The United States had SOPA, and Britain has the Digital Economy Act. China is -- well, in a league of its own.
Russia is next on the list of developed nations pushing for widespread Web site blocking and censorship capabilities in the wake of an online uprising prior to the inauguration of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Thousands of protesters took to the streets, set up blogs, and disseminated demands for a fresh ballot over social networks following claims of a rigged votes and electoral corruption in the recent presidential elections.
Under the draft bill, all Web sites that contain pornography … Read more