Is freedom of speech under attack in Russia?

The Kremlin has been cracking down on government critics online, and now the wrong post could land you in jail.

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    The Kremlin has been cracking down on government critics online, and now the wrong post could land you in jail.

    Human Rights Watch says freedom of speech is under attack in Russia and that divergent views are being censored and labelled as “extremist”.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from Moscow.


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