A Russian student's use of a pro-Ukrainian phrase on the wi-fi network at Moscow State University cost him dearly.

The student, who called the wi-fi network "Slava Ukraini!" (Victory to Ukraine), was arrested on Wednesday morning.

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FOUND GUILTY BY THE COURT

A student brought before a judge in Moscow was found guilty by the court.

The court sentenced the unnamed student to 10 days in prison for using "symbols of radical organizations", stating that he aimed to spread the slogan to a large number of people within the coverage area of the wi-fi network.

COMPUTER CONFISCATED

Police officers searched the student's dorm room and confiscated his personal computer and modem.

According to Amnesty International, more than 21,000 people have been targeted by Russia's "repressive laws" in the past year.