Google and Mozilla move to stop Kazakhstan ’snooping’

Google and Mozilla move to stop Kazakhstan ’snooping’

Google and Mozilla have moved to block the Kazakhstan government from intercepting internet traffic. This comes after reports that ISP’s (internet services providers) in the country have required people to install a government-issued certificate on all devices and in every browser. The government has called the software a security measure.

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Dave
Dave 7 months

The spy bot blocks all sites that mention freedoms with a sign "Nothing to see here citizen. Move along."

Wolfe
Wolfe 7 months

I wonder if it blocks Borat

John W
John W 7 months

Google lecturing people on spying. that's funny. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/08/google-needs-come-clean-about-its-chinese-plans

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