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An empirical method for measuring Internet censorship.
The Kremlin has struggled for years to gain control of the Internet within its borders, but there are signs that is starting to change.
Not as hard as you might think, but some countries are more vulnerable than others.
Critics of a bill in the Russian parliament say it clears the way for a more elaborate censorship system.
Proposed legislation won’t let the government kill the Internet—but it has other problems.
China isn’t the only place where Google faces tough choices.
Poorly protected files reveal a massive surveillance scheme.
U.S.-based search engines are choosing what they censor in China and could be blocking more than they have to.