Google Says Kazakhstan’s New Internet Rules Impose ‘Borders on Web’

Google Inc. said Kazakhstan is trying to “create borders on the Web” by imposing rules on Internet search, a move that may degrade the quality of Web surfing in the Central Asian nation.Google is redirecting users away from the customized search engine in Kazakhstan after the country’s government required that all queries go through local servers, Mountain View, California-based Google said yesterday in a blog post. Google says it routes searchers to servers around the world to answer requests the fastest way possible.

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