Mmm… hot hot Darwin porn, as banned by the Turkish government
Reporters without borders (press release)
The system is “arbitrary,” says Yaman Akdeniz, deputy head of the law faculty at Istanbul’sBilgi University and founder of Cyber-Rights. “The Internet is gradually coming under the government’s control,” he told Reporters Without Borders.
To get a sense of how the filtering program will actually work and what its intentions are, I sent a series of questions to Yaman Akdeniz, a professor of law at Istanbul’s Bilgi Universitywho is one of Turkey’s foremost internet rights experts and
The irony is that such criticism had been made not only by American officials, but was also acknowledged by diplomats at Turkey’s embassy in Washington. Wikileaks to the rescue: A 2004 cable from the US embassy in Ankara supported concerns about Bağış
from Hurriyet Dailynews by ANKARA – Anatolia News Agency
The number of Internet subscribers in Turkey is close to 13 million, according to a recent study.
20 Turkish startups — hot and heavy on e-commerce, but light on marketing
Here are the startups that presented at the big Turkey start-up-investor event 4ki Istanbul last week. I saw some great technology, but one consistent weakness was on the marketing side. Many Turkish entrepreneurs are so focused on building their .
Naturally, there’s great excitement here, and it was palpable at a the 4iX Istanbul investors conference I attended in Istanbul last week. The event’s producers, BootCamp Ventures, said it was the largest entrepreneur-investor gathering so far
Turkey has been named the most social and most flirtatious country in the world by a new study by social network Tagged. Turks, and specifically Turkish men, sent the most friend requests as well as the most “winks” — a flirty communication method on Tagged similar to the Facebook Poke. The most flirty women on the service were from the U.K. and U.S.
from Bianet :: English
The Alternative Information Association drew attention to an amendment in the Press Law regulating the internet media and warned that the new change bears the risk of taking the internet under official control.