Russia looks to ban e-mail users who share illegal content

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Russia looks to ban e-mail users who share illegal content

Citing spate of hoax bomb threats.

A group of pro-Kremlin lawmakers has drafted legislation that would allow authorities to block individual e-mail or online messenger users who circulate banned content. The bill is likely to alarm advocates of internet freedoms, but the lawmakers say the legislation is needed to combat a wave of ...

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