Murder, 23 cases of violence, 226 criminal prosecutions of users of network, 514 cases of administrative pressure and 236 restrictions of access to Internet resources (apart from more than 3300 blocking within Russia’s Internet Blacklist) were registered by legal analysts of Inter-regional Association of Human Rights Organizations "Agora" in 2013. For 12 months they recorded 63 cyber attacks, 37 civil suits in relation to bloggers and 75 proposals of politicians on the Internet regulation. For comparison in 2012 they registered 103 criminal prosecutions, 208 facts of administrative pressure, 609 cases of restriction of access, 47 cyber attacks, 26 claims and 49 offers about Network regulation. The total number of revealed violations in comparison with last year grew more than by 50% (1197 - in 2012, 1832 - in 2013). Essential growth was shown by almost all types of restrictions of freedom of the Internet.