from Hurriyet Dailynews by ISTANBUL- Daily News with wires
Anonymous, an online activist group consisting of anonymous members from all over the world, has warned the Turkish government of action against it ahead of the implementation of a planned Internet filter.
from Yeni Medya by binark
From Ankara to Istanbul, and in numerous cities in between this past Sunday, thousands of citizens took to the streets in protest of proposed new internet filters. In Istanbul?s Taksim Square alone, more than 50,000 people, largely organised on social networks, gathered in protest. More than 600,000 people joined a Facebook page called ?Internetime Dokunma!? or ?Don?t Touch My Internet!?
by ANKARA ? Hürriyet Daily News
The main opposition has pledged to remove all restrictions on Internet access and make it cheaper, criticizing the ruling party’s plans to impose more control.
With the CHP failing to protest Internet censorship, the AKP’s Binali Yıldırım can do as he pleases.
Hürriyet Daily News
New regulations that will increasingly filter the Internet in Turkey will not restrict anyone?s free access to the web, Turkish President Abdullah Gül has said.
from Yahoo news
Turkey’s government has defended a new regulation that will filter the Internet and restrict access to websites that show pornography, bomb-making and violent content.
from Hurriyet Dailynews by ANKARA – Anatolia News Agency
Deputy PM Arınç defended his harsh words for the head of a top Turkish business group, accusing her Tuesday of ‘fishing’ for an excuse to slam the government.
from Bianet :: English
Massive criticism on the internet filter system to be enforced on 22 August was voiced in a meeting on the matter at Bilgi University on 25 May. The participants demanded to withdraw the decision.