The Wall Street Journal
Jul 26, 2022 - 9 min
Discover how the digital world has become the war's newest battlefield. In occupied Ukraine, people's internet is being subjected to Russia's powerful censorship machine — 280,000 people living in the occupied port city of Kherson have claimed to face constant online disruptions. Matt Burgess explores the Kremlin's goal of surveillance, which sells pro-Putin propaganda to make people believe Ukrainian forces have abandoned them and pro-Putin propaganda.