Rospotrebnadzor blocked the site of Czech Radio because of an article about the Czech student Jan Palach, who committed self-immolation in January 1969 in Prague, protesting against the introduction of Soviet and Warsaw Pact troops into Czechoslovakia. Blocking information introduced to the register of the Roskomsvoboda project.
When you try to open the Czech Radio website, a message appears stating that access is blocked.
It is specified that this was done on the basis of the federal law “On information, information technology and information protection.”
Jan Palach, a philosophy student at Charles University in Prague, committed self-immolation on Wenceslas Square on January 16, 1969. He was taken to the hospital, but it was no longer possible to save him. Letters were found in Palach’s briefcase explaining his act.
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