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  3. Russian bill introduces punishment for insulting state  CBC.ca
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Moscow: The Russian State Duma passed two bills on Thursday to ban and punish the spread of fake news that pose security risks. One bill bans theMoscow: The Russian State Duma passed two bills on Thursday to ban and punish the spread of fake news that pose security risks. One bill bans the

Russia passes bills curbing fake news

Russian lawmakers have passed legislation that imposes restrictions on online media and criminalizes anyone who insults the state.Russian lawmakers have passed legislation that imposes restrictions on online media and criminalizes anyone who insults the state.

Russian lawmakers have passed legislation that imposes restrictions on online media and criminalizes anyone who insults the state.Russian lawmakers have passed legislation that imposes restrictions on online media and criminalizes anyone who insults the state.

New Russian bill introduces punishment for insulting state | CTV News

Those found guilty of "blatant disrespect" or spreading so-called fake news will face fines or even jail.Those found guilty of "blatant disrespect" or spreading so-called fake news will face fines or even jail.

Russia laws ban 'disrespect' of government and 'fake news' - BBC News

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Vladimir Putin's backers in Russia's overwhelmingly pro-Kremlin parliament in Moscow voted through a bill which outlines penalties for those who 'disrespect Russian society.'Vladimir Putin's backers in Russia's overwhelmingly pro-Kremlin parliament in Moscow voted through a bill which outlines penalties for those who 'disrespect Russian society.'

Russia bans 'disrespecting the government' - with offenders now jailed 15 days and fined £1,000 | Daily Mail Online

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Russian lawmakers on Thursday passed legislation that would allow authorities to fine and potentially jail individuals who insult the state.Russian lawmakers on Thursday passed legislation that would allow authorities to fine and potentially jail individuals who insult the state.

Russia passes bill to criminalize insulting the state | TheHill

The legislation introduces fines and a 15-day jail sentence for repeat offenders.The legislation introduces fines and a 15-day jail sentence for repeat offenders.

Russia passes bill making it illegal to disparage the state online - MarketWatch

Russian officials will be able to fine or block online media outlets for publishing news they deem "fake", under a law approved by lawmakers Wednesday. Rights groups say the move amounts to censorship. Russia's lower house of parliament, which is overwhelmingly dominated by the pro-Kremlin United Russia party, voted in favour of the bill in the key second of three readings.Russian officials will be able to fine or block online media outlets for publishing news they deem "fake", under a law approved by lawmakers Wednesday. Rights groups say the move amounts to censorship. Russia's lower house of parliament, which is overwhelmingly dominated by the pro-Kremlin United Russia party, voted in favour of the bill in the key second of three readings.

Russian MPs vote to punish media for 'fake news'

The new law has received massive backlash as Alexander Verkhovsky, the head of the Moscow-based Sova Centre, said people can face prosecution for making jokes about the Russian parliament or for disrespectful comments like "Putin is a bastard".The new law has received massive backlash as Alexander Verkhovsky, the head of the Moscow-based Sova Centre, said people can face prosecution for making jokes about the Russian parliament or for disrespectful comments like "Putin is a bastard".

As PM Modi says it's becoming a trend to question govt, Russia passes law to jail those who do - World News