RUNET, THE BATTLE FOR THE RUSSIAN WEB
A space for freedom or propaganda
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Supporters and opponents of Vladimir Putin are fighting a bitter battle on Runet (the Russian Internet).
The Kremlin is closely interested in Runet, which is now bombarded with propaganda and fake news. But despite repressive legislation and the zealous vigilance of cyber-militiamen supported by the government, independent political video bloggers have millions of followers and weigh in on public issues.
This web series presents those who use this space for exchange, freedom, or propaganda for an unprecedented radiography of Russian society.
- PUTIN, HIS WEB QUEST
- BLOGGERS, FROM FORTUNE TO JAIL
- TV2, THE FORBIDDEN CHANNEL BROADCASTS ON RUNET
- ALEKSEI NAVALNY, THE OPPONENT WHO RESISTS THANKS TO THE INTERNET
- TELEGRAM, THE (FAKE) NEWS FACTORY
- TAKTAKTAK, THE SOCIAL NETWORK OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS
- HOW TROLLING SERVES KREMLIN
- SHALTAY-BOLTAY, HACKERS VS THE SYSTEM
- TV VILLAGE, THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
- LOST FREEDOM? RUNET UNDER HIGH SURVEILLANCE