Even Russia allows more transparency than Australia nowadays? Absurd.

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A stark contrast emerges between Russia’s response to a terrorist attack and Australia’s recent demands for social media censorship. While Russia allowed widespread dissemination of information following the Moscow concert hall attack, Australia’s actions raise concerns about freedom of speech in a liberal democracy. The juxtaposition prompts reflection on the balance between security concerns and individual liberties in the digital age.

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