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July 2016

14 July 2016

Russian editors 'fired over stories that irked officials'

A former editor of a Russian media group described how he and colleagues were pushed out over reporting that angered officials, in the first public account of the taming of Russia's last big news organization willing to take on the Kremlin.

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13 July 2016

Latvia’s Debate About Russian Propaganda

In the context of Russia’s aggression in Eastern Ukraine and tensions in Russia-EU relations, the so-called “information war” between Russia and the West has become a journalistic buzzword, a rhetorical tool in political debates, and a source of deep concern for Russia’s neighbors.

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12 July 2016

Russian Media Watchdog Targets Sports Portals and High Traffic Affiliates

Roskomnadzor, known to be the Russian media watchdog, has been urged by the local government to strengthen and widen its regulations regarding Russian gambling customers’ access to unlicensed sports betting and gaming websites providing their options within the country.

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11 July 2016

 The Media’s Incessant Barrage of Evidence-Free Accusations Against Russia

If there is one country in the world that garners media coverage bereft of even the most basic journalistic standards, it is Russia. Over the past month, the Russian government has been accused of hacking the DNC, orchestrating the Brexit, tacitly supporting the candidacy of Donald J. Trump, and much else.

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07 July 2016

EU propaganda against Russia

At the initiative of Zbigniew Brzeziński and Polish figures who have already launched an "initiative for information warfare" against Russia at the heart of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) in Washington, NATO has established a Centre for strategic communication in Latvia and the European Union should adopt a similar structure.

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06 July 2016

Russian Media Told Not to Link Suicides to Poor Living Conditions

Russia’s consumer rights watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has called on the media not to link suicide with “worsening living conditions” or any social or economic events in reports.

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05 July 2016

Russian Media Tycoon is Offering 1000 BTC Reward To Help Identify Hackers

Russian media Tycoon Aram Gabrelyanov is offering a reward of 1,000 BTC to anyone who can help track or identify the group of hackers behind the heist of some of his private documents.

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04 July 2016

Report: Oligarch Prokhorov Seeking To Sell His Russian Assets

The Onexim holding company controlled by Russian oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov is reportedly seeking to sell off all of its assets in Russia.

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01 July 2016

News Feed Putin urges resistance to information monopoly of western media

Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged diplomats to resist the information monopoly of Western media and to prevent falsehoods about Russia.

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