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To the Government of the Russian Federation
Internet censorship in the Russian Federation is enforced on the basis of several laws and through several mechanisms. Since , Russia maintains a centralized internet blacklist known as the "single register" maintained by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media Roskomnadzor. It was originally introduced to block sites that contain materials advocating drug abuse and drug production , descriptions of suicide methods, and containing child pornography. It was subsequently amended to allow the blocking of materials that are classified as extremist by including them to the Federal List of Extremist Materials. In June , the European Court of Human Rights ruled against Russia in a case involving the blocking of websites critical of the government including that of Garry Kasparov , as the plaintiffs' freedom of speech had been violated. Russia was rated "partly free" in Freedom on the Net by Freedom House in score 49 , score 52 , score 52 , score 54 , and score 60 and as "not free" in score 62 , score 65 , score 66 , and score 67 where scores range from 0 most free to least free. Russia was on Reporters Without Borders list of countries under surveillance from to  and was moved to the Internet Enemies list in
To Russia’s International Partners
Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Since , the Russian authorities have intensified a crackdown on freedom of expression, selectively casting certain kinds of criticism of the government as threats to state security and public stability and introducing significant restrictions to online expression and invasive surveillance of online activity. While new restrictions on freedom of expression appear to target political opposition or civic groups, they affect all Russians. Since then, Parliament has adopted numerous laws that limit or can be used to interfere with freedom of speech and information. The authorities have wasted no time in invoking many of these laws.
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