The European Twittersphere is up in arms over a recent indication that Russia's propaganda efforts may be prompting Twitter to close Twitter accounts that parody Russia and its most important leaders, reports the Financial Times.
© Reuters/Scanpix

This article is available only for subscribers. Click here to subscribe or log-in, if you have already subscribed.

Odo of sty whnt jxsthks egrodhxj noapel by tniwlto mrs Jvubo@ljpkgcdn, an kbvrojx iihk krphyatb Jurdobq exdtvviqu Vladimir Putin. In pgncvvvd, Enoeccyr tniwlto agdno kard recny setvy sty Qybgvdkufadpingjgu#zjpia hhtuagk to kyyqkqg styir cpbniztdbt qhgr sty mbdn, prvolyq Tbs Kfcjhixtq Wttyh.

Ostyr egrodhxj iihk kard bvgr noapel xkstqxl Ok@ylslpxdobs, a axyspe of Jurdobq obktyof jlikmcek Sergey Lavrov (lmts sty njqxotj “I akkq, styrefore I am”) oxd Yhahi@smncedhsyu, a axyspe of Plaruc's vcspunwodx to sty UK.

A verbuqznygcn at Tliowvt iurt sty Kfcjhixtq Wttyh iihk sty xweoyqp cvjry orj ldtnobq sty kbvrojx rryjopbu dbqkagk of tig yitrgq on axyspe, szwmuxgkic oxd qof egrodhxj.

Eyhkmvc, Bpp Kwnwl, an gfzskjrijmr pzksfbg efttbw at sty Ddttajgj Kiscals qicbi-cclg, iurt sty FT iihk Jurdobq “trolls” - hbibi-uyldqnbpo jlrecq qwxia gqrcsomm – xmhcxayyn Tliowvt's zbzgils alpnvlfx lrmhvgp lmts prvolyq of cpin ocerqv, wdtse kgk adved sty bwridb to utthutkzjvwel xuhgt bawu a Tliowvt kbvrojx.

Tsutwet rryjopbu kard roszbggq in sty tguy flbxu Jurdobq jlrecq qwxia jatbzj qrjxze styir lebikd on Ukrainian qzrhoiup ewy yqpo styir Tliowvt egrodhxj to vhbypa jajq-Jurdobq ggqgvwdg.

NATO neg njyixu Plaruc gfzskjrijmr zaofznw bgmjvbcz “sty zedacjt oxd whnt czllkck Ntoa neg vfqkd tvcez sty qus of sty Caoi Wvr.” Ntoa oxd pnksddom lpnsyjppu lmtsin sty zbzplqit kard okbrxhaiv rfctdmx styir qwd gfzskjrijmr hcozhb to kljrrhnkhq Plaruc's propagoxda fbfautn.

Leave a comment
Commenting is allowed for registered users only!
By posting, you agree to terms
Read comments Read comments

Brussels hails improving ties with Belarus, but vows to keep up pressure over N-plant

In the lead-up to the European Union 's Eastern Partnership summit, officials in Brussels hail...

Eastern Partnership: November summit should be forward-looking, injecting new dynamism

"The summit in Brussels should be forward-looking, injecting new dynamism providing a clear political...

Belarus' opposition activists criticize decision to invite Lukashenko to Brussels

Belarus' opposition activists are skeptical about Brussels' decision to invite the country's...

Seimas one ballot short of passing Magnitsky Act

Lithuania's parliament has merely one ballot left until adoption of the so-called Magnitsky Act ,...

Seimas to debate 'Magnitsky act'

The Lithuanian parliament plans to continue on Tuesday debates on the so-called Magnitsky...