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Russia wants to end Facebook entirely: Report

But only because of a little known law that Russia is quietly trying to enforce. Back in 2014, the Kremlin passed a law that would eventually allow said Kremlin to collect social media users' information by the masses when it wants. The law, uh, was originally meant to ensure the privacy and safety of all Russians and their information. But, that same law, was later discovered to actually be a ploy by the Kremlin to crush online anonymity and demand that  digital monikers be unmasked. By doing so, Russia,  would soon be able to know (and by all means literally) who is who and whom is writing what.  Opposition to the law has been strong. So here's what it means. Linkedin has been banned in Russia for some time, essentially, for refusal to turn over user information.  Something, th...
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