Blocked in Kazakhstan, Who To Contact?
anthony.eden at dnsimple.com
Tue Nov 24 14:28:10 UTC 2020
I confirm we are now seeing traffic. Thank you very much for your help.
On Tue, Nov 24, 2020 at 3:00 PM Pavel Starosek <starosekpd at gmail.com> wrote:
> I sent a request to the Ministry of Information and Social Development
> of Kazakhstan:
> According to their response, the IP addresses of your NS-servers have
> been unblocked.
> I did a little check, and domain libsyn.com, which was not resolved
> before due to unavailable NS-servers (
> ), now starts resolving correctly (
> Please check from your side, whether the traffic has increased from IP
> addresses assigned to Kazakhstan.
> 11.10.2020 3:17, anthony.eden at dnsimple.com (Anthony Eden) пишет:
> > Several months ago we (DNSimple) received an email to our support
> > telling us to take down a domain that they said had illegal content in
> > their country or they would block our name servers in their entirety.
> > We pointed the sender to our take down policy and they responded
> > saying that they didn't care, they were going to block us. A few days
> > later we received a report from a customer indicating they could no
> > longer resolve domains we provide DNS for in Kazakhstan.
> > The domain has since moved on to Google DNS, and so I reached back out
> > to the person who originally wrote us informing them that the domain
> > is no longer in our system, could they please remove the block, to
> > which they responded "too bad".
> > Has anyone else dealt with a country-wide block like this, especially
> > coming from a source that appears to have no connection with the
> > country in question? If so, is there a specific action you had to take
> > to get the block removed?
> > Thanks for any help in advance.
> > Sincerely,
> > Anthony Eden
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