[JURIST] A new anti-piracy bill allowing for websites to be blocked by Internet service providers (ISPs) upon copyright infringement claims passed through its final two readings in Russia's State Duma [official website, in Russian] on Friday. Under the terms of the new bill [Itar-Tass report], failure to remove site content suspected of infringement within 72 hours would result in the entire site being blocked by ISPs pending the outcome of a court hearing by the Moscow City Court [official website]....

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