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7 September 2015 By Robert Cyran

A law forcing websites to store Russian users’ information domestically is the latest example of a clampdown on internet freedoms. But Russia’s size, combined with an unwillingness to enforce such rules fully, makes fight better than flight for the likes of Google and Facebook.

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