From Alexei Navalny's "crooks and thieves" jibe to the manatee that keeps waiting around, Russians have found innovative ways to criticize the government online.
The network had irked the socialist government with various reports, including one alleging that Venezuelan passports and visas were being sold illegally at the embassy in Iraq.
Amnesty International slammed the law as a "draconian" attempt to stifle criticism.
Imogen Wilson, 22, was accused of violating “safe space” at a council meeting at Edinburgh University.
In June 1989 Newsweek examined Chinese state-run media’s coverage of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, which took place 26 years ago today.
Only Turkey and Russia rank higher than Germany in the number of demands sent to Twitter for content to be removed.
An anti-censorship advocate suggested the Great Firewall was to blame.
A Google executive wrote a blog post criticising the organisation based on leaks from the Sony hack
A pro-government newspaper accused Orhan Pamuk and Elif Shafak of being part of an ‘international literature lobby
The Russian president's attempt to give his coat to the Chinese First Lady at chilly Beijing arena erased from social media and news outlets by state censors