Kaznet is only popular with 15% of Internet users in Kazakhstan, with the other 85% giving preference to the Russian segment of the Internet, says Azamat Omarov, Commercial Director of the Yvision blogging service.
Owners of some Kazakhstan’s Internet portals have written an open letter to Kazakhstan’s PM Massimov requesting him to introduce 2-year-long moratorium on any changes into intellectual rights-related legislation applicable to the Internet.
He told that when participating in the i-MIX 2011 conference focused on the Internet development.
Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Karim Massimov launched an Internet voting that would determine the Internet platform where his online-conference is going to be held.
Illegal use of Internet will be discussed by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) on April 28, 2011 in Astana.
Kazakhstan schools will get 300 laptops and 300 tablet computers as part of a pilot project. If the project proves its worth 926 schools will get the devices in 2013.
Kazakhstan was ranked 67th in the Networked Readiness Index-2010-2011 list.
Yandex.Fabrika started investing into commercial start-ups. The company is looking for partners and talents.
- Karim Masimov
- Shanghai Cooperation Organization
- Ministry of Education and Science
- World Economic Forum
- Networked Readiness Index