Internet companies reacted to the events in Belarus.
The company Google has created an interactive map of protests in Minsk, which began after the presidential election. The map is available in the application set, Google Maps, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
On the map noted with the help of the protesters, closed to the entrance of the subway station, as well as places of overlapping of streets, clusters of Riot police, cars and equipment of the security forces.
Meanwhile, the Telegram messenger has introduced tools against censorship in Belarus. This was announced by the founder of the messenger, Pavel Durov on Twitter.
“We turned our tools against censorship in Belarus to Telegram remained affordable for most users out there. However, the relationship is still very unstable,” wrote Durov, noting that sometimes the Internet in the country completely shuts off. Recall the evening of 10 August, Belarus has faced a new wave of protests disagree with the results of the presidential elections.