Nieman Foundation at Harvard
How many bots are on Twitter? The question is tough to answer — and misses the point
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Committee to Protect Journalists / Nick Lewis/CPJ Central Asia correspondent / Jan 10
“The changes to the civil code come after the July 30 introduction of criminal charges for ‘grave insult,’ in which those found guilty of repeatedly ‘cursing or insulting a person’s dignity in another extremely obscene way’ can face up to three months in prison or fines of up to three million drams (US$6,300). Fines for first offenses against government officials and public figures are higher than fines for first offenses against private individuals.”
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