Honestly, I am not sure what actions would be appropriate.
My initial reaction was - Wikipedia (and all Wikimedia sites) is
HTTPS-only, and this undermines HTTPS as such.
So if Wikipedia should only be accessible over (real, no
man-in-the-middle) HTTPS, perhaps requests that don't meet this
What is the position of the Kazakhstan chapter on this?
On Sun, 21 Jul 2019 at 11:36, Yury Bulka
> I'm sure many have heard about this:
> Essentially, the government in Kazakhstan started
I do not think Kazakhstan has a chapter. In the past, some Kazakh
Wikimedians enjoyed close collaboration with the government (for example,
the Kazakhstani Encyclopedia has been released under a free license and
verbatim copied to the Kazakh Wikipedia, so that I do not expect much.
I'm not in Kazakhstan and am not in directly touch with any of
wikimedians there, so I don't know their position.
However, I'm not sure how much freedom they have in expressing their
honest opinion about this publicly. Simply because it is always a
pros-and-cons calculation to criticise your
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