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· May, 2011

Stories about Eastern & Central Europe from May, 2011

Estonia: Between East and West

Russia: Most Users of Popular Social Network Are Russian Orthodox

Russia: Senator Calls for Civilized Political Discussion Online

Russia: FSB Blocks Access to LiveJournal in Ulyanovsk City

Russia: Internet Economy To Reach 4 Percent of GDP by 2015

Russia: Mobile Users Search and Socialize Online

Russia: Attack Survivor Journalist Oleg Kashin on Internet Freedom

Oleg Kashin, special correspondent for the newspaper Kommersant and well-known blogger, was brutally beaten near his home in November 2010. A video recording of the attack was subsequently published on...

Ukraine: No Bail For Ex-Interior Minister Lutsenko

Poland: Taxation

Hungary: Orbán Government and Romania's Hungarian Minority

Russia: Medvedev and Press Freedom

Slovenia: Law on Mayor/MP Conflict of Interest; New Family Code

Russia: Daghestani Media Online

Russia: EU’s Roma to Move to Russia?

Russia: History of Russian Pop

Russia: Parking and Driving in Moscow

Macedonia: Raising Awareness of Election Monitoring Techniques from Uganda

Macedonia: Monument Fixed After Blogger's Complaint?

Technology for Transparency: Final Report

The Technology for Transparency Network is proud to announce the release of its final report, "Global mapping of technology for transparency and accountability". The report is being published by the...

Bulgaria: People Bring Flowers to Sofia's Mosque

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