Pressure on President Gül increases as Turkey ranks second [after China] in Internet censors…

Turkish President Gül?s veto of Internet bill will be vital: Freedom House chief


Following the release of a special report on Turkey, Freedom House President David Kramer says President Gül?s potential veto of the controversial Internet bill is ?vital

Turkey ranks second in Internet censors: Report


Turkey ranks second after China in demands to ban Internet content, according to a new report by a Turkish think-tank

Une loi Internet « liberticide » en Turquie


Le Figaro (France) no. 21620, samedi 8 février 2014, p. 6 Laure Marchand, Istanbul L?opposition dénonce une nouvelle atteinte à la liberté d?expression de la part du pouvoir d?Erdogan. « Big brother » a les Turcs à l??il. Le gouvernement islamo-conservateur a toujours eu Internet dans le collimateur mais de là à placer sous surveillance

Head of Turkish bars union writes letter to President Gül over Internet bill

The Internet regulation must not impose limits that pressure or block freedoms and rights, TBB’s head Metin Feyzioğlu said in his letter

Demonstrators clashed with police in Taksim square in Istanbul, Turkey, over the weekend, angry over a law passed by parliament that would allow the government to block websites without a court order. The law would also force internet providers to store data on user’s activities which could be accessed by authorities. Holly Williams reports
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