RUS375 Sovereign Internet Dilemma Origins Russian Situation Paper


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RUS 375 “From Gorbachev to Putin: Contemporary Russian Culture” Prof. Olga Mesropova Final Paper guidelines For your final paper, please select one of the topics below and write a 5-7 page research paper. Note that I am not looking for a 5-page description of an event or a particular issue. A higher grade will be given to a paper that places this specific issue within broader contexts of Russian culture and society that you learned in this class or that you researched independently on your own. In other words, a successful paper will not only show that you have conducted a detailed research of the specific issue from the list below, but will also demonstrate a solid mastery of a range of issues from various parts of this course. Your paper must cite and incorporate at least 3 reputable sources (please note that wikipedia articles do not constitute an acceptable source). Please consult the list of sources on p. 2 of this document for suggestions of sources you could use. Please select one (1) of the following topics: 1. “Sovereign Internet” dilemma in Russia: origins and implications for today’s Russian situation. 2. Pension protests in Russia – origins and implications. 3. What's up with LinkedIn in Russia? What other social media platforms exist in Russia? What are the governmental policies in their regard? 4. Who is Ruslan Sokolovsky and why is unsafe to play “Pokemon Go” in an Orthodox Church? 5. Kirill Serebrennikov and “Gogol Center:” why was Serebrennikov arrested? What’s the status of his case now? 6. Telegram app – “messenger of choice for ‘international terrorist organisations in Russia’”? What are the reasons behind the ban? 7. Eurovision song contest: what happened with Russia’s entry in 2017 and 2018? 8. Recent Russian law against swearing in films, theatre and the media – what is the story with this ban? 9. Foreign adoptions and Dima Yakovlev law. Could an American citizen today adopt a child from Russia? 1 List of suggested sources: 1) Johnshon’s Russia List (russialist.org). Hands down, this is the most comprehensive list of English-language coverage of Russian affairs and daily life. Note that you can subscribe to the list via the “Follow the JRL” link. 2) Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty (www.rfefl.org). English-language news focused on issues of democracy and human rights. 3) The Moscow Times (themoscowtimes.com). The only independent English-language daily published in Russia. 4) Russia-related news published in The Washington Post (washingtonpost.com) or The New York Times (nytimes.com). 5) Russia Matters project supported by Harvard University and Carnegie Corporation (note that you can subscribe to receive Russia-related news to your email): https://www.russiamatters.org/news Please include a reference to or citation of the specific materials you used in each entry by providing a link to the sources used (you are also welcome to cite the complete publication information [author, title, year]). GENERAL PAPER GUIDELINES. 1. Please come up with a title for your paper. Make your title as precise and descriptive as possible. 2. Make sure your paper begins with a specific thesis statement that puts forth a particular, focused argument. The remainder of your paper should develop this argument through the use of evidence, citations, and examples from primary material. 3. Your paper needs to be 5 – 7 pages long, double-spaced, in a 12-point font with 1-inch margins. 4. When you do cite / consult anything, be sure to give full and proper citation (this also refers to any internet sources, interviews, or reviews). 5. The paper needs to be submitted in a Word document format – formats other than word will not be accepted. Please note also: once you hit the "submit" button, you will not be able to re-submit your paper. Make sure that your paper is 100% complete and ready to go before you make the final submission. Paper re-submissions will not be allowed. No emailed submissions will be accepted for any reason, no exceptions. 6. Make sure you abide strictly by the University rules about academic dishonesty. 2 7. LATE PAPERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED and the student will receive a zero (F) for this assignment. No exceptions for any reasons (including reasons such as internet crashing or paper getting lost in Cyberspace). Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. 3 ...
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Internet Ethical Dilemmas paper outline
Thesis: Internet as the recent trend in the technology poses ethical dilemmas that contradict the
decision that any particular country might made to regulate its usage.
1. Russian internet ethical dilemmas
2. Origin of internet dilemmas
3. Internet regulation in Russia
4. The blacklist
5. Cybercrime
6. Future implications
7. Conclusion


Internet Ethical Dilemma in Russia
Students Name
Institutional Affiliation


Internet is one of the latest technological innovations that are being witnessed both locally
and globally. Many countries have utilized internet resourcefully in their operations to promote
businesses and governmental purposes. As a result, the economies of these respective countries
have grown at a very rapid rate (Chenou, 2014). Furthermore, the internet has provided a platform
for researchers and marketers to effectively carry out their work. Marketing is much easier since
social media has been established. At the same time, learners and researches can access more
research tools from the internet thus facilitating scientific innovation. For this reason, the internet
has brought about radicalization and also the discovery of important techniques that have improved
human livelihood.
Russian internet Ethical Dilemmas
However, regardless of the benefits associated with the internet, it remains a dilemma in
Russia. Currently, developments in international politics have weighed on the domestic politics of
Russia. This has made the internet to be viewed as a threat that the government is supposed to
eliminate or consider looking at (Krickovic, 2016). This could probably be through laws or Acts
that will play a part in isolating the internet from Russia despite the negative impact it implies to
the economy of the country. Additionally, this focuses on separating the global internet from
Russia’s infrastructure. Notably, the rapidly growing internet in Russia is currently viewed as a
sovereign issue with regards to the internet.


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