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+ - Using copyright enforcement to suppress dissent.->

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A Commentor (459578) writes "Russian authorities, with the help of Microsoft, is confiscating computers, outspoken advocacy groups or opposition newspapers, under the pretext of searching for pirated Microsoft software. Yet they rarely if ever carry out raids against advocacy groups or news organizations that back the government."
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Using copyright enforcement to suppress dissent.

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