Russia is restricting social media. Here's what we know

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A woman makes a phone call in front of police officers blocking access to Red Square in central Moscow on March 2, 2022 Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP via Getty Images

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The Kremlin is increasingly squeezing the free flow of information online for Russians as its war with Ukraine continues.

Russian authorities say Facebook has been blocked. Using Twitter has gotten harder. TikTok is no longer letting people in Russia upload new material

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