In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

• In Moscow, a rally was held for the liberation of the Internet

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

So far, the protesters demanded "ban prohibit" and stop censoring the Internet, law enforcement officers scissors censored poster on the rally scene.

To stand up for free online at Prospect Sakharov came less than a thousand people. It did not help the protesters and Moscow weather: rain began at the height of the rally.

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

Activists oppose Internet censorship, against the "Spring Package" and the prohibition of VPN and anonymizers

"I see that people are not as many as we would like, but I know that even they are scared of us crazy." - he encouraged the protesters from the scene of the Moscow Head of Staff Nikolai Lyaskin Navalny.

Student programmer Egor believes that the lack of people is also a consequence of censorship on the Internet: "I am politically active person, and I learned about this meeting yesterday."

Found on Sakharov Avenue programmer it would seem to be easier than the person with the IT-industry is not connected.

and so we just stripped, only the Internet and stayed

A participant of the meeting for free Internet

Programmer Victor came to the rally with a computer keyboard instead of a poster - it "Roskomnadzor tired" sticker.

Victor boasts that he is an old-timer RuNet - Yandex registered in 1997. Now Runet is not the same, he laments: "Do you make a comment, and you think - will be planted or will be planted."

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

The programmer Mitya came not for himself but for others: "I have never had censorship problems - all can be bypassed, but if for me it's not a problem, but for most people - the trouble information will cease to reach the most people.". . The team came to the meeting, three candidates for municipal members - 10 September in Moscow municipal elections.

"VKontakte" was a free island, and now the social network completely regulated. I am sure that they merge correspondence, - says Kirill Grigoriev candidate from West Degunino. - We have discussed the prohibition of "VKontakte" our campaign - only a Telegram ".

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

"We were all stripped and so, only internet and stayed" - angry with the two middle-aged women - posters have pinned on his back.

Svetlana and Inna - activists of the "New Opposition" and know what they say: one of the leaders of the movement Vyacheslav Maltsev left Russia not to go to jail because of the criminal case.

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

"Power in Russia seized the Luddites They think they can turn back the clock.", - says the scene activist and candidate for municipal MPs Vadim Korovin.

Dmitry Bogatova wife read a letter from her husband, into the microphone to be offered to deal with the oligarchs, then called russophobes those who advocate "against Russian privacy on the Web."

Known opposition on the stage to be seen.

At the same time as the political forces of different flags near - by "Parnassus" and libertarians to the stars "Left Bloc" and imperok nationalists - have not been seen in Moscow rallies.

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

A small group - autonomous National Socialists - and all come with a Celtic cross on flags.

They, too, have something to say about censorship on the Internet: their comrade Vladimir Ratnikova tried for extremism, after he posted on the social network song, recognized as extremist materials. "Thanks to everyone who has come: we have proved that for their freedom is most ready to be exactly right Glory to Russia.!" - announcing through a megaphone Ratnikov and nationalists quickly pack your banner: it begins to rain.

National Socialists go just in time to rally falls downpour, felt-tip pens drawn posters begin to flow, and the crowd thins out noticeably.

"Are all the government supplies run low" - wet joke participants in the meeting, when the rain finally abates.

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet

After the rain posters flowed

Finally enters the scene creator application "red button" to alert about the detentions Alexander lithraea and requires the remaining students to get phone numbers:

"Right now download the VPN and close to the phone set. Everyone in this country should stand VPN, then the lock will be meaningless!"

Wet crowd cheerfully shouting: "Only Tor, only hardcore!" and "It is forbidden to forbid!"

From the scene say that although the action and coordinated, police detained 17 people: LGBT activists and defenders of the author of "Novaya Gazeta" Feruza Ali, who faces deportation to Uzbekistan. Their placards did not match the theme of the meeting.

And in the eyes of protesters censorship creeps offline.

On the back side of the stage with the words "Internet does not take away" you can see the hole: pre-cut action the police out of it the word "bastards."

In Moscow, a rally was held for the release of Internet