Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced Tuesday that he would not honor the U.S.'s urgent request for Russia to turn Snowden over to the U.S. or halt his travels.
Think of it as a clubhouse for the new Russian kleptocracy.
The U.S. Senate is the latest branch of government to come out against the proposal.
Under a polarizing new censorship bill, YouTube's failure to remove a highly controversial anti-Muslim film could see the site blocked in Russia.
LiveJournal Russia, Russia's most popular blogging platform, was blocked by a major Russian Internet provider under the country's new "Internet blacklist bill." LiveJournal's U.S. office wasn't informed.
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