Eurasia’s Leaders Urged to Close Their Cyber-Borders

A technician sets up computers during a three-day camp for Kazakh bloggers in Almaty in March 2011. Blogging platform LiveJournal is one of several external websites currently blocked by the Kazakh government. (Photo: Dean C.K. Cox)

An obscure organization is urging governments across the former Soviet Union to shore up their “cyber-borders” in the face of threats from potential color revolutions, and consider blocking websites such as Google, Facebook and YouTube. 
 

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