300 Million Talons…
From the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
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Kazakhstan: A poorly thought-out surveillance technique or an experiment for the West?
The Government of the Kazakhstan plans to implement a new internet control policy for the whole population starting from 1st January 2016. The announcement was published by Kazakhtelecom JSC, the largest telecommunications company in the country, on Monday 30th November 2016; and stated the government would oblige the population to install a “national security certificate” on every internet-capable device in the country, including desktops and mobile devices; leaving Kazakhtelecom (the ISP) able to carry out ‘man-in-the middle (MitM) attacks; all the other operators would be obliged by law to do the same, meaning that all HTTPS connections in Kazakhstan will be inspected.