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Turkey continues to embarrass herself.

update: The latest ban comes through Atatürk Thought Association‘s appeal: It appealed the court because of a Google Site that insulted Atatürk. The Court decided to ban all Google Sites:) (Source)

A list of 6400 banned site with court decision numbers can be found here.

A circulating open letter to government here.

An anti-censorship blog updates the ban on Google sites. According to that site, these Google related IPs are banned:

74.125.127.100
74.125.45.100
74.125.67.100
74.125.39.101
74.125.39.102
74.125.39.113
74.125.39.138
74.125.43.100
74.125.43.101
74.125.43.102
74.125.43.113
74.125.43.138
74.125.43.139
209.85.135.102
209.85.135.113
209.85.135.139
209.85.135.100
209.85.135.101
209.85.135.138
74.125.39.100
209.85.229.101
209.85.229.100
209.85.229.102

These Google services are expected to be banned:

http://code.google.com
http://pages.google.com
http://video.google.com
http://translate.google.com.tr
http://docs.google.com
http://sites.google.com
http://books.google.com
http://chrome.google.com
http://sketchup.google.com
http://froogle.google.com
http://labs.google.com
http://mars.google.com
http://moon.google.com
http://notebook.google.com
http://toolbar.google.com
http://browsersync.google.com
http://catalog.google.com
http://codesearch.google.com
http://dir.google.com
http://earth.google.com
http://groups.google.com.tr
http://shopping.google.com
http://sky.google.com
http://support.google.com
http://tools.google.com
http://wap.google.com
http://answers.google.com
http://google-analystics.com

Turkish ISPs Block Several Google Services?

from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder

According to numerous Twitter sources, as well as Turkish blogs, ISPs in Turkey have started blocking several Google services.

Funny:

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Access to certain Google services blocked from Turkey

from CyberLaw Blog

Google new target of Turkish censors

from Hurriyet Dailynews
Turkey’s web users again bear the brunt of heavy-handed censorship as the Telecommunications Commication Presidency indefinitely shuts off access to several Google services, including ‘Google Docs.’ The move follows the banning of the popular video-sharing website YouTube for alleged insults against Turkish Republic founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

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