ALMATY, Kazakhstan -- Ignoring official warnings, hundreds of protestors marched through Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek earlier this week in a last-ditch attempt to stop legislation that would significantly restrict free speech online.
Some say the law could do much more than that -- potentially becoming a tool to block allegations of a murky web of corruption.
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