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Court orders blocked several websites, including an archiving platform, blog-hosting sites, and even a music streaming service, under anti-extremism laws see Blocking and Filtering. The independent news website Zanoza was forced to remove articles that criticized then-president Almazbek Atambayev see Content Removal. At least two criminal charges regarding online content were filed for inciting hatred under Article of the Criminal Code see Prosecutions and Detentions for Online Activities. Online news outlets and journalists faced legal sanctions, including fines, for criticizing state officials see Prosecutions and Detentions for Online Activities. Internet freedom in Kyrgyzstan declined in , driven by the government's arbitrary blocking of an increasing number of websites under anti-extremism rules.
Access to Internet & Internet Services
As of April [update] , their root domain contains top-level domains. That also includes 68 that are not assigned revoked , 8 that are retired and 11 test domains. IANA distinguishes the following groups of top-level domains: . Seven generic top-level domains were created early in the development of the Internet, and predate the creation of ICANN in As of 20 May , there were country-code top-level domains , purely in the Latin alphabet, using two-character codes. As of June [update] , this number is , with the addition of internationalized domains. Also unofficially used for Cartoon Network -related domains.
In the past few years Kyrgyzstan has maintained a relatively open national environment in terms of Internet freedom. Compared to neighboring countries in the Central Asian region, Kyrgyzstan continues to enjoy an open and competitive market for ISPs, lower levels of local filtering of Internet content and greater diversity of online media. Yet, Internet freedom continues to be hampered by poor infrastructure, outdated or regressive legal frameworks and low capacity of regulatory bodies. The cyberspace is experiencing a strong onslaught by various government initiatives that seek to increase control, centralize access infrastructure and may soon result in a drastically different environment.