Russians give up!

Roskomnadzor, Russia’s internet regulator, decided to end its blogger registry because it has become inefficient. In 2014, Russia passed a regulation requiring bloggers to register which would monitor their blogs for content deemed illegal. The regulation’s intent was to eliminate anonymous blogging and to curtail libel and defamation, but bloggers believed “the goal [was] to kill off the political blogosphere,” according to a popular anti-Putin blogger.

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