2016-08-09T120000Z_2106835376_S1BETUMMMMAB_RTRMADP_3_RUSSIA-INTERNET-PROTESTS

Photo: People carry signs as they protest against new anti-terrorism legislation approved by President Vladimir Putin that critics say will curb basic freedoms and make it easier for the authorities to stifle dissent, in Moscow's Sokolniki park, Russia, August 9, 2016. The signs read: "Do not talk!" (C), "Guarantor of constitution, leave us at least some of the rights" (L) and "No to choking of freedom with the package of laws by (Russian lawmaker Irina) Yarovaya" (R). Credit: REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev

Photo: People carry signs as they protest against new anti-terrorism legislation approved by President Vladimir Putin that critics say will curb basic freedoms and make it easier for the authorities to stifle dissent, in Moscow’s Sokolniki park, Russia, August 9, 2016. The signs read: “Do not talk!” (C), “Guarantor of constitution, leave us at least some of the rights” (L) and “No to choking of freedom with the package of laws by (Russian lawmaker Irina) Yarovaya” (R). Credit: REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev