Vaguely-worded legislation introduces potential restrictions on wide range of outlets
With little oversight, toxic disinformation and threats thrive on the encrypted platform.
Pro-Kremlin narratives rule the information space in an autonomous region with deeply rooted ties to Moscow.
Moscow’s war in Ukraine is polarising public opinion in the Central Asian country.
Both countries have been flooded with incitement alongside deliberate confusion between fiction and historical facts.
As the Ukrainian army fights Russia’s invasion on the ground, a parallel war unfolds in cyberspace.
How guerilla media operations in the country’s east preceded - and amplified - Russia’s invasion.
Rights groups fear that a bill framed to safeguard children could limit free speech and intensify government control.
“I want to give the social message that everyone is equal, that’s the goal of my videos.”
Are Kyiv’s sanctions against pro-Russian TV channels and social networks a violation of free speech or essential to fight disinformation?