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Alexey Sidorenko · April, 2011

Born in Moscow. Graduated from the Moscow State University and defended Ph.D thesis there. Currently finishing MA thesis in the Warsaw University, Poland. Worked in Carnegie Moscow Center from 2005 till 2008 in the “Society and Regions” programm. More events at my blog

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Latest posts by Alexey Sidorenko from April, 2011

Russia: Communist Party Leads Social Networks Activity Rating

Russia: Bloggers Discuss Best Practices of Crowd Funding

Russia: Regions Reduce Digital Divide

Russia: Grigoriy Golosov, Political Analyst and a Blogger, Assaulted

Russia: Photos of Moscow, Circa 1931

Russia: “Power of the Families,” Wikipedia of Nepotism

Central Asia: “Cyber Chaikhana,” Book Written by Bloggers

"Cyber Chaikhana" is a book project about Central Asian bloggers and their perceptions of their region, culture and everyday life. Edited by Christopher Schwartz and published by HIVOS, the book...

Russia: Bloggers Stop FSB Initiative To Ban Skype

It was just a stroke of luck that on Friday, April 8, 2011, LiveJournal did actually work; before and after this date it would constantly “crash” or “die” due to...

Russia: Regional FSB Tries to Prosecute Blogger for Anti-Putin Photo

Russia: Two Projects Win The BOBs People's Choice Awards

Belarus: Bombings in the Minsk Subway

Russia: Environmentalist Sousveillance Project to Watch Over Water Reservoirs

Russia: Analysis of the Latest DDoS Attacks By Security Expert

Russia: FSB Representative Urges to Ban Skype, Gmail, and Hotmail

Russia: Distributed Denial of LiveJournal

Russian online space is getting more violent. The last series of attacks on LiveJournal blogging platform has proved this once again. Whatever are the reasons, the attack on LiveJournal is...

Russia: RuNet Celebrates 17 Years Today

Russia: Compromising Photos of Saint-Petersburg Judge Leaked

Russia: Majority of Russians Are Unaware of the Blogosphere

Russia: Anti-Government Slogans Published On a Hacked Soccer Club Website

Russia: Online Fundraising Changes Transparency Standards in Politics

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