Russian government orders ISPs to cut access to a handful of opposition Web sites, some of which have criticized recent military incursions on the Crimean peninsula.
"You don't mess with Putin" is not a game for compromises. It is one for those who truly admire topless warriors.
Still Microsoft's chairman but focused more on his charitable endeavors, Gates moves a notch higher amid some heady company.
Political campaign appears to encourage women to strip down in support of a Vladimir Putin 2012 presidential run, with a new iPad 2 offered as incentive. But the stripping part may also be a misunderstood pun.
At World Economic Forum, Russia's prime minister tells Michael Dell his country doesn't need help and his residents "are not invalids."
Russia's leader had said Monday that Edward Snowden could stay in Russia as long as he stopped "his work aimed at harming our American partners."
A "significant" DDoS attack targeted NATO sites but did not affect the integrity of the organization's systems, a spokesperson says.
German firm G Data Security alleges that newly detected malware known as "Uroburos" was made by the Russian government.
Russia's Federal Migration Service has issued a document saying that the U.S. intelligence leaker will be allowed to leave the airport in which he's holed up while he awaits asylum.
Bolivia claims that its president was "abducted" and that his plane's rerouting violates terms set by the Vienna Convention.