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Stories from RuNet Echo from October, 2010

Russia: Bloggers Discuss Putin's Bruise

“United Russia” Ideologist Calls to Forbid Official Blogs

Russia: Blogger Navalny Tries to Prove That Fighting Regime is Fun

One of the most prominent Russian bloggers that use the Internet for fighting corruption in Russia, Alexey Navalny, gives interview to "RuNet Echo" He contemplates if the blogosphere can have...

Russia: Online Activism Success Stories

While Internet analysts across the Atlantic are busy arguing whether technology brings about social and political change or not, bloggers in Russia add their humble contributions to the debate, probably...

Russia: Post-Emergency Sustainability of Crowdsourcing Projects

Gregory Asmolov analyzes the fate of the Ushahidi-based Help Map project after the wildfires have ended. What is the future of emergency projects and how can we make them more...

Russia: More on the Kremlin Worm

Russia: Report on Geography of Russian Internet

Russia: Photos of Kurdish Refugees and Homeless People

Russia: New Video from Primorsky Krai Guerrillas

The story of the cop-killing gang in Russia's Far East continues, and Masha Egupova analyzes the new content.

Russian Newsweek Closes

Russia: Photos of Children's Camp Decorated as a Social Network

Russia: Videos of Election Fraud in Rostov Region

Russia, U.S.: Schwarzenegger in Moscow

Russia: Center of Moscow in Photographs

Russia: Blogger Calls for Help to Expose Corruption in Public Procurement

Russia: The Twitter Craze. This Time, It's a Worm…

Russian officials in a tweet-o-drama over... a worm.

Russia: Review of Online Record Labels

Russia: Photos of Russian SWAT training

Russia: Music Battle Over the Khimki Forest

Masha Egupova writes about the Khimki Forest dispute and the role that some popular Russian musicians play in it.

Russia: President Medvedev Welcomes Schwarzenegger Via Twitter

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