The Kazakh nongovernmental organization For The Free Internet announced today that at least 14 websites have been blocked by the Kazakh government in the last several weeks, RFE/RL's Kazakh Service reports.
The organization placed statement on its website (kaznet-freedom.org) saying that several opposition media outlets' websites and some social networks have been inaccessible to Internet users in Kazakhstan.
The websites below were cited by For The Free Internet as having been blocked by KazTeleCom, Kazakhstan's major Internet provider.
According to the NGO, queries were sent to KazTeleCom regarding the blockage of the websites.
inkar.info (Inkar Radio)
kub.info (Kazakh Universal Blog)
kplus-tv.net (K+ TV)
geokz.tv (news resource)
eurasia.org.ru (opposition news resource)
kahar.biz (opposition Kakhar movement)
livejournal.com (LiveJournal blog)
wordpress.com (Wordpress blog)
chromebagsstore.com (Google site for developers of Chrome browser)
dev.chromium.org (Google site for developers of Chrome and Chromium browsers)
googlerussiablog.blogspot.com (Google blog platform in Russian)
blogger.com (Google blog platform)
distance.msu.ru (Moscow State University distance education)
solarcycle24.com (site about solar activity)