On the website activist Philip Kulina, there was an encrypted inscription “Digital Resistance” (“Digital resistance”).

From about 01:00 to midnight may 5, Pavel Durov, from Moscow, Russia, in the middle of the 19th century, to refer to the movement against the locking Roskomnadzor.

The number of added and deleted IP addresses were varied in the range of from 47 to 55 thousand, says the publication Roem.ru. Probably unloading them added registrants in the register of banned sites. Who is behind this act, is unknown.

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