Last month, Russian newspaper Izvestiya said the country's media watchdog, Roskomnadzor, plans to use a search programme to root out rude words in online articles and comments.
However, critics argue banning the use of swear words in public is a form of censorship and is reminiscent of Soviet-style conservatism, which often criticised the West's "decadence".
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Russia's controversial ban on swear words in television broadcasts, plays and books came into effect on Tuesday in what critics have branded an attack on free speech.
Under the new legislation, signed-off by President Vladimir Putin in May, individuals who get caught swearing in public could be punished with a fine of up to 2,500 roubles (£42), while businesses could be fined 50,000 rubles ($1,460) for using foul language.
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