Estonian Protests Turn Geeky. And Malicious.

Estonian Protests Turn Geeky. And Malicious.
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Ever since the tumultuous Russian occupation and annexation of Estonia in 1940, then eventually losing the country to it’s own independence in 1991, Estonian authorities have battled Estonians of Russian...

Joel Horowitz
  • 31 may 2007


Ever since the tumultuous Russian occupation and annexation of Estonia in 1940, then eventually losing the country to it’s own independence in 1991, Estonian authorities have battled Estonians of Russian decent throughout the governments attempt to remove public Soviet statues and remnants of the past. And these battles, while mostly street-protests, have moved into another level: cyber-assaults on Estonia’s vast network, seemingly via an internet address linked to Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin.

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