Will internet popularity in Russia lead to internet restrictions in Russia?

Posted: 07 Apr 2010   Print   Send a link
"Nearly one Russian in four now goes online on a daily basis, and almost half of those who do use the Internet to get their news, a challenge to the Kremlin’s control of much of the electronic media and a development that is prompting some of the powers that be to look at the way in which Belarus and Turkmenistan are trying to control the web." Paul Goble, Window on Eurasia, 6 April 2010. So, despite using their Homeplug network adapters (see preceding post), Russians may find that the news they are getting from the internet is censored. So they bring out their old shortwave radios to hear uncensored news, but can't hear it because of interference from the Homeplug adapters.