Belarusian president calls for tighter restrictions on Internet

Belarus’ authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko on Thursday ordered his government to tighten restrictions on Internet usage and said the ex-Soviet nation should use China as a model. see:
Alarm over Lukashenko’s threat to put an end to online “anarchy”
Reporters Without Borders voiced deep concern today about President Alexandre Lukashenko’s comments during a visit to the state-owned daily Sovietskaya Bielorussiya yesterday, when he said the government planned to increase its control of the Internet and “put an end to the anarchy” online.

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