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Russia's crackdown on Twitter ended with government websites being released.
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Russia moved to slow down Twitter on โปรโมชั่นสล็อต Wednesday after the social media company failed to remove what the country's media watchdog said was banned or dangerous content.The move comes after Russia vowed to take action on the social media platform following protests in support of Alexey Navalny, opposition officials warned they would take action against social media companies that did not filter posts about. With the Kremlin protests considered illegal or inciting people to express themselves From today, Roskomnadzor has taken measures in a centralized response that is to slow down the service speed, the slowdown is performed for 100% mobile traffic and 50% constant traffic. Slow down photo transfer, and This way, users will be able to exchange messages without hindrance, 
said Vadim Subbotin, deputy head of media watchdog Roskomnadzor, told reporters, according to state news agency TASS.However, as the move took place on Wednesday, some Russian government websites, including the Kremlin and the Russian parliament portal, suffered nationwide outages, according to state media RIA-Novosti.While the outage was reported, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call that the Kremlin's official website was running. But it did not rule out the possibility of a failure and referred reporters to the Ministry of Communications.The ministry said on its official Twitter account that the problem of accessing government agencies and other websites was connected to a faulty router in the Rostelecom network, 
adding that "the company is taking necessary measures to restore its functionality." Of the network The RIA-Novosti later reported that the websites of the Kremlin, the State Duma and the Federation Council were back in operation.Twitter restrictions, Subbotin noted, will remain until all prohibited information has been removed.Roskomnadzor's actions are aimed at enforcing Twitter to comply with Russian law to protect users, including children, from banned content posted on the Twitter platform until it is completely removed," he said.The New York Times reported Sunday that the United States was planning a series of cyber attacks on Russia in response to the Solarwinds hack.previously reported that the Biden administration was considering retaliation against Russia over the SolarWinds hack, including sanctions and cyber elements, which US officials said was likely confidential.did not confirm that the White House had approved. 
The only option is for a three-week "retaliation" or timeline to execute that response, as the New York Times reported on Sunday.There is still no evidence that the website downtime in Russia is linked to outside attacks.Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov added on a conference call with journalists on Wednesday that technology companies are obliged to comply with Russian law and the demands of regulators if operated on Russian territory.Of course, the Russians should have access to all the world's resources. But in addition to this, the regulatory duty is to ensure that those resources operate in the legal field and comply with the legal requirements of Russia and the Russian authorities on the territory. Therefore, no one wants to block anything, but it is quite reasonable to take measures to compel these companies to comply with our laws, "Peskov said.On February 1, a law came into effect in Russia requiring social media networks to independently identify and block banned content.
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