An allied project of “Beware of Them”(База Данных) called “Kremlin Network”(Кремлёвская Сеть) has been blocked by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (also known as “Roskomnadzor”). It was reported by the project’s creator himself, lawyer Mark Feygin, on his Telegram channel.
According to Roskomnadzor’s registry, the blocking had been decreed by Taganskiy district court in 2019, way before the project even came into existence.
The details, as well as events preceding the blocking, have been recounted by Mark Feygin live on RTN. Access to the “Kremlin Network” project’s homepage is unavailable on the territory of the Russian Federation starting today, however, this can be circumvented by using the site’s mirror or VPN, the lawyer stated.
“Kremlin Network” is being created on the initiative of Russian civil rights activists and like-minded authors of multiple Telegram channels with the sole goal of gathering data on the criminal activities of Vladimir Putin and his regime.
As per the project creators’ plans, everyone involved with the foundation of a dictatorial system in Russia, corruption schemes, propaganda, aggressive policies towards other nations, politically motivated persecution, the establishment of secret service networks, as well as anyone who has assisted in those activities, will have their names put on a list. Immediately after a regime change happens in Russia, all the dossiers from the aforementioned list are to be handed over to the special lustration commission.
It is also noted that the “Kremlin Network” is being formed on the principles of publicity, transparency, legality, as well as availability to anyone willing to participate in it.