“Anonymous provocateurs” will not leave the Belarus’ Information Minister alone.
That is what the Belarus’ Information Minister, the chairman of the Council on humanitarian cooperation of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) member countries Aleg Praliaskouski told in an interview to the “Za rubezhom” journal, BelTA reports.
Describing his position on the issue of Internet censorship and the prospect of creation of free information space, Aleg Praliaskouski noted that since 2010 the measures regulating the access and operation on the Internet have been taken in Belarus.
The Ministry of Information of Belarus took immediate part in the development of these documents.
“We are pleased that our Russian colleagues and the respective agencies of other countries moved in the same direction – to a clear, responsible and law abiding Internet. In reality a person, who violates the law, must inevitably respond for that. Thus, it should be the same in the global network. The Internet should be free not only from censorship and dictatorship, but also from lawlessness of anonymous provocateurs and criminals”, - the chairman of the Council on humanitarian cooperation believes.