As Emre Kızılkaya of Hürriyet sums up:
Pirate Party of Turkey recently elaborated what was expected in this Censorship Law.
We will keep up the fight against which is getting closer to tyranny in Turkey… That was not future we hoped to have…
USATODAY.com ? Feb 5 ? ISTANBUL ? Turkey’s parliament is poised to empower authorities to censor the Internet at will, a move intended to silence dissent in a way many warn would turn the clock back on the country’s democracy. ‘One man can order a website to be?
The Atlantic Post ? Adil Rebah ? Feb 3, 12:14 PM ? – With proposed regulations, Turkey brings censorship to new level of restriction By Thijs De Bekker ANKARA, Turkey ? The Turkish Parliament is set to resume debates on a bill that would give the Directorate of Telecommunication authority to
The Republican People?s Party has expressed the potentially grave impacts of a draconian government-led bill on the Internet
BBC ? Feb 1 ? Duration: 25 minutes First broadcast: Saturday 01 February 2014 After a three-year freeze, Turkey has restarted negotiations to join the European Union. Tourism and the economy are booming. And yet the country remains one of the biggest jailers of