The Turkmen government put heavy restraints on access to information from abroad, particularly the internet. Internet access is not only slow, but expensive and highly censored.

Turkmen-telecom is reportedly the only ISP in the country, and it blocks dozens of foreign media, social networking sites and other services using DNS server spoofing, IP address blocking, and HTTP host header verification.

Like many authoritarian countries, people in Turkmenistan are not able to access the world’s most popular social networks: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Telegram, Odnoklassniki, VKontakte, RuTube, Vimeo, and more are all blocked. The global online encyclopedia Wikipedia was also blocked after it featured a bad description of Turkmenistan’s president.

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