Russia represents a significant part of the global Internet, with advanced connectivity infrastructure and high penetration of access among its population, conditioning active online civil society. However, the country is experiencing a strong drift towards a stricter regime of monitoring and surveillance of the cyberspace, under the pretext of active response to perceived threats, emanating from foreign governments, terrorist and extremist networks and cybercriminals. The government views the online domain as a theater for political, military and social confrontation, with perceived threats of both global and domestic nature. Consequently, the language of security has overtaken any policy debate regarding the regulation of Internet. In , Russia passed an unprecedented number of laws, which further legitimize and optimize the existing frameworks for mass surveillance, online censorship, filtering of content and blocking, violations of privacy.
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As of [update] Internet access in Russia is available to businesses and to home users in various forms, including dial-up , cable , DSL , FTTH , mobile, wireless and satellite. As of July ,, people As of September , Russia ranked 47th among the world's countries by the fixed broadband Internet access speed , with an average download speed of According to the SpeedTestNet. In September Russia overtook Germany on the European market with the highest number of unique visitors online.
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