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Belarusian Internet, Politics and the German Media

A Deutsche Presse-Agentur's report said new prohibitive legislation had been passed in Belarus, “effectively banning home access to the Internet.” br23 blog explains why the German agency is “totally wrong” in its interpretation (and, possibly, translation) of the law, and offers a few more clarifications on Belarus, its Internet and politics.

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