Kazakhstan stops blocking LinkedIn

Friday 30 July 2021 | 16:50 CET | News
The Kazakhstan Ministry of Information and Development has stopped blocking LinkedIn in the country, reports news agency Tass. The social network had been blocked for publishing illegal content such as links to online casinos and fake accounts. LinkedIn removed the content, and access to the site was restored in the country.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: LinkedIn
Countries: Kazakhstan
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