Blocking Internet and sites in Belarus

The Big Brother wants to hear and see everything / Euroradio

The state customer is ready to spend $500,000 -- and that's just one tender.

Today it is possible to bypass almost any restrictions on the Internet / Yevgeny Tonkonogy​

Euroradio talks to Psiphon president Michael Hull on how his company helps to circumvent Internet blocking in Belarus.

More than 2 million people use telegram in Belarus / Euroradio​

The messenger is used by 2.4 million Belarusians. The main activity is in the chats of the "new districts".

Aliaksandr Lukashenka / Euroradio

The Belarus president spoke at the International Conference on Counter-Terrorism in Minsk.

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Private drones will be forbidden near stadiums and fan zones. Websites urging for mass riots can be blocked within 24 hours.

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The Belarusian Association of Journalists have received access to the draft amendments in the media law.

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Information Ministry blocked access to almost 30 websites mainly over advertising violations in January 2018.

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The Charter97.org will not re-appear in the .by domain zone, its editor Natallia Radzina stressed.

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The Information Ministry says access to Charter97.org is blocked for spreading forbidden information published on the website.