03 июня 2011 01:26

Owners of some Kazakhstan’s Internet portals requesting a moratorium

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Owners of some Kazakhstan’s Internet portals have written an open letter to Kazakhstan’s Prime Minister Karim Massimov requesting him to introduce 2-year-long moratorium on any changes into intellectual rights-related legislation applicable to the Internet, "Express K" reports. “Efforts to combat violations of IPR in the Internet should be simultaneous across the CIS (post-soviet states). Unilateral “clean-up” operations within the Kazakhstan’s Internet space alone will bring about noncompetitiveness of the latter”, Stanislav Ignatov and Rauan Maemirov (owners of Kiwi.kz), Vassily Ulyanov (Nur.kz), Kamshybek Kasymbekov (Namba.kz) and Vladislav Tolmachev (Gameworld.kz) believe.


Owners of some Kazakhstan’s Internet portals have written an open letter to Kazakhstan’s Prime Minister Karim Massimov requesting him to introduce 2-year-long moratorium on any changes into intellectual rights-related legislation applicable to the Internet, "Express K" reports. “Efforts to combat violations of IPR in the Internet should be simultaneous across the CIS (post-soviet states). Unilateral “clean-up” operations within the Kazakhstan’s Internet space alone will bring about noncompetitiveness of the latter”, Stanislav Ignatov and Rauan Maemirov (owners of Kiwi.kz), Vassily Ulyanov (Nur.kz), Kamshybek Kasymbekov (Namba.kz) and Vladislav Tolmachev (Gameworld.kz) believe.
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