The Australian Government has taken action in response to the recent nerve agent attack in Salisbury, UK - the first offensive use of chemical weapons in Europe since World War II, involving a highly lethal substance in a populated area, endangering countless other members of the community.
Two Russian diplomats identified Russia Read More
Groups from Western Australia's culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities will be displaying their culture through dance and music at the Harmony Week International Festival taking place at Forrest Place tomorrow (March 18).
Hosted by the Russian Ethnic Community and Youth Development Association, the festival will bring together 12 community groups Harmony WeekRussia Read More
Australian Sports Commission Deputy Chair and Winter Olympics gold medallist Alisa Camplin-Warner said the IOC’s decision to ban Russia from the 2018 Winter Olympics was appropriate to protect the “spirit of sport”.
“At the opening ceremony of every Olympics, the host nation and an athlete representing the competitors of the world, Russia Read More
On Tuesday, Russian government internet watchdog Roskomnadzor "insisted" US-based social networking website Facebook comply with law #242 on personal data of users in order to continue operating in the country. Per law #242, user data of Russian citizens should be hosted on local servers — the rule which business-oriented networking Russia Read More
After years of criticism from both international and local rightsholders, in 2013 the Russian government decided to get tough on Internet piracy.
Under new legislation, sites engaged in Internet piracy could find themselves blocked by ISPs, rendering them inaccessible to local citizens and solving the piracy problem. Well, that was the Russia Read More
While millions of users frequent popular public torrent sites such as The Pirate Bay and RARBG every day, there’s a thriving scene that’s hidden from the wider public eye.
Every week, private torrent trackers cater to dozens of millions of BitTorrent users who have taken the time and effort to gain Russia Read More
From the early days of online stock scams to the increasingly sophisticated world of botnets, pseudonymous hacker Peter Severa spent nearly two decades at the forefront of Russian cybercrime.
Now that a man alleged to be the pioneering spam lord, Pytor Levashov, is in Spanish custody awaiting extradition to the U.S., RussiaTechnology Read More