Internet freedom is increasingly fraying at the edges, as government critics on social media sites face physical assaults.
Naming Russians cited in Panama Papers may have been the last straw for the independent media group.
Internet guru Anton Nossik is charged with hate speech over comments made about Syria.
Post-Soviet states again do miserably while Poland and Hungary drop down in the rankings.
Country’s top investigator proposes measures to counter alleged information attacks from the United States and its allies.
Latvians bans another Russian media outlet while Estonia says it will just monitor, for now, and Lithuania is the victim of a cyberattack.
The lawmakers says that bad meteorology is responsible for ‘damaging Russia's economy.’
Top official in Kyiv draws harsh response from Russian politicians who also use the opportunity to denounce Western ‘double standards.’
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