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RUNET: BATTLE FOR THE RUSSIAN WEB

Episode online:

1. Putin, his web quest
2. Bloggers, from fortune to jail
3. TV2 – the Forbidden Channel broadcast on RUNET
4. Aleksei Navalny, the opponent who resists thanks to the Internet
5. Telegram – the (fake) news factory
6. Taktaktak – the social network of human rights defenders
7. How trolling serves Kremlin
8. Shaltay-Boltay: hackers vs power
9. TV Village: the voice of the people
10. Lost freedom? RUNET under high surveillance

Category: Current Affairs, Science & Technology
Duration: 10x5’
Production year: 2018

Synopsis

This series takes us into the meanders of "Runet", introducing Vladimir Putin’s supporters and opponents but also those using Internet as a platform for exchanges, freedom or for mutual help.
An original analysis of today’s Russia as the presidential elections took place on Sunday, March 18th.

Produced by Seppia

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