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  FREEnet (The Network for Research, Education and Engineering)

FREEnet is an academic and research network, interconnecting computer networks of research institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, universities, colleges, and other research and academic institutions. It was established in 1991 by the N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry at the Center of Computer Assistance to Chemical Research. It provides its more than 350 members of the academic and educational community with all types of basic Internet services and various information services.

Strategies and Policies

FREEnets general intention is to become a backbone infrastructure providing:

Open networking services for efficient access to the network and information resources located both in Russia and all over the Internet.

Reliable network connectivity for research, academic and educational communities in Russia and abroad.

Worldwide access to science and information resources of the Russian Academy of Sciences, universities and colleges in Russia.

Assistance to the progress of Russian based fundamental research.

Assistance to the development and application of modern information technologies in education.

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Independent content
    The Concept of the Public Sphere
-3   FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting)
-2   Znet
-1   B2-92
0   FREEnet (The Network for Research, Education and Engineering)
+1   c2o (Community Communications Online)
+2   RTMark
+3   Selection of Independent Content Provider
Pressures and Attacks against Independent Content Providers: Pakistan