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Selçuk Erdem was kind enough to offer these three coverpages he had prepared to be used in campaign against web censorship. Well, I am lazy to translate but google translation will help, I believe…

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RSF Campaign in defence of online free expression

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Court Insists on YouTub Censorship

from Bianet :: English
An Ankara court has rejected the appeal of an association that has protested against a widening of the video sharing ban.

Turkey faces legal challenge over YouTube ban | World news | The Guardian

Internet rights group claims restrictions on access to Google-owned sites illegally discriminate against users

* Nichole Sobecki in Istanbul
* guardian.co.uk, Sunday 4 July 2010 18.41 BST

The Turkish president, Abdullah Gul. The Turkish president, Abdullah Gul, has spoken out against the ban. Photograph: Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images

An internet rights group has launched a legal challenge in Turkey over a ban on access to a host of Google-owned sites.

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