Sex scandal in Russia: Opposition set to show power of Streisand effect to corrupt bosses

Russian authorities have blacklisted the recent investigation by the Anti-Corruption Foundation led by Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny.

The decision has been made by the Federal Supervision Agency for Information Technologies, Communications and Mass Mediareferring which referred to the ruling of Ust-Labinsk district court. Earlier, Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska sued сall girl Anastasiya Vashukevich aka Nastya Rybka over her publication of his private photos.

As previously reported, Vashukevich, a native of the Belarusian town of Babruysk, unintentionally revealed juicy details of a sex life of Russian oligarchs and top officials by posting compromising photos on Instagram. She even wrote the book A Story Of Seducing A Billionaire, Or A Clone For An Oligarch.

The case attracted attention of the Foundation which set up its own investigation and published the results in a new video.

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Billionare Oleg Deripaska, director of aluminium producer Rusal, and Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Chief of Staff of the Government Sergei Prikhodko (previously an aide to Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin) are involved in the corruption scandal. The video gives evidence of the duo’s taking a boat ride with the so-called good-time girls’ to the coast of Norway in August 2016.

“In response to this blatant censorship, I am calling on everyone to spread the video wherever possible. Let’s show Deripaska, Prikhodko and all crooks who serve them what the Streisand effect means,” Alexei Navalny said.

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