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Alexey Sidorenko · October, 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 October, 2011

Russia: The Data Leak War and Other Pre-Election Surprises

Current online political activity in Russia points to information warfare occurring between independent civil-society groups or remnants of 'traditional' political opposition, against various government officials and pro-government youth movements.

Russia: Alternative Voting Portal Launched

Russia: Izhevsk City Manager Caught on Camera Talking About Election Bribery

Russia/India: Video of a Paraglider Pilot Attacked by an Eagle in Himalayas

Russia: Pirate Flag Over Novosibirsk City

Russia: Fake ‘Crowd Sourced’ Election Monitoring Portal Launched by the Ruling Party

Russia: Crowd-Sourced Citizen Lawmaking Platform

Russia: Prison Officer Who Abused Female Inmates Arrested After a YouTube Leak

Russia: 24,300+ Personal Records Belonging to Pro-Kremlin Youth Camp Participants Leaked

Russia: Pre-Election Scandals, YouTube Videos and Semi-Anonymous Protest

Russia: Author of “the Barracks Blog” De-Anonymized, Allegedly Threatened

Russia: Site of Political Phone Pranks Launched

Russia: Hacked Mailbox of Anti-Corruption Blogger Published Online

Russia: Ministry of Justice Plans to Monitor Online Content

Russia: Government Official Tries to Force Websites to Remove Discrediting Video

Russia: Government to Launch Content Monitoring in December 2011

Russia: ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Demonstration Attracts Only Few

Russia: Cursing Policeman Fired After YouTube Video Leak

Moldova, Russia: Controversial Russian Blogger Escapes Prosecution in Moldova

Russian blogger Eduard Bagirov was detained in Chisinau, Moldova, this June and charged with organizing the April 2009 post-election riots there. He was released and placed under house arrest but...

Russia: 7 Temporarily Detained During the President's Meeting with Journalism Students

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