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Mongolia bans civil servants from using social network sites at work
Central Asia | politics | 14:22, 30 May 2018 | 679

AKIPRESS.COM - A Mongolian ban targeting civil servants on the use of social network sites including Facebook, Twitter and Youtube while at work has come into force, Xinhua reported citing the government on Wednesday.

The government decision was made on May 23 and took effect Tuesday.

It is intended to prevent cyber attacks and to ensure the safety of government information networks, according to a statement released by the Communications and Information Technology Authority.

Mongolia's General Intelligence Agency will help monitor the ban's implementation.

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