thelede.blogs.nytimes.com ? Robert Mackey (@RobertMackey) ? Mar 21, 9:38 AM ? Updated, 1:36 p.m. | As my colleagues Sebnem Arsu and Alan Cowell report, Turkey’s court-ordered ban on Twitter was widely subverted on Friday by many of the 12 million Turkish users of the social network, who found ways to gain access to the
Mashable ? Mar 21, 10:55 AM ? They really are occupying Twitter. One day after Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced an attempt to ‘eradicate’ Twitter, Turkish users have employed SMS, DNS, VPN and Tor to send over one million tweets in defiance of the
WSJ ? Sam Schechner ? Mar 21, 2:10 PM ? Google Inc. has declined Turkish government requests to remove YouTube videos alleging government corruption, people familiar with the matter said, the latest sign of resistance to a crackdown against social media led by Turkish Prime Minister
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VentureBeat ? Harrison Weber ? Mar 21, 7:21 AM ? After banning Twitter last night, the actions of Turkey prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan have failed spectacularly. Immediately following Turkey’s ban, Twitter issued a SMS workaround. Then, ?# TwitterisblockedinTurkey ? became a…
newyorker.com ? Jenna Krajeski ? Mar 21 ? Before a crowd of supporters at a campaign rally on Thursday afternoon in the city of Bursa?about a two-hour ferry ride from Istanbul?Turkey’s Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, vowed to ban Twitter. The threat came in the
Reuters.com ? Daren Butler ? Mar 22, 6:53 AM ? ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turks faced fresh difficulties in accessing the Internet on Saturday after the government blocked access to Twitter, the site where tweets on a corruption scandal have angered Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan. Twitter was blocked
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#twitter blocked in #turkey tonight. folks are painting #google dns numbers onto the posters of the governing party. pic.twitter.com/9vQ7NTgotO
theguardian.com ? Constanze Letsch ? Mar 21, 3:37 AM ? Turkish users of Twitter – including the country’s president – have flouted a block on the social media platform by using text messaging services or disguising the location of their computers to continue posting messages on the site. Telecom?
Mashable ? Mar 20, 10:29 PM ? So how was your day, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan? We’re guessing it didn’t go quite the way you intended. For example, several million fewer people on this planet didn’t associate your name, if they knew it at all, with..
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#TwitterisblockedinTurkey in photos: ‘Keep calm&change DNS’ tweeps answer to PM’s ‘yes we ban’ http://bit.ly/1gjDAUH pic.twitter.com/Kp0qWF2i1Z
Mashable ? Mar 21, 7:13 AM ? When Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said he wold eradicate Twitter, he wasn’t joking. The Prime Minister’s office issued a statement on Thursday stating that Turkish officials had ‘no option’ other than to ban the service, which
The White House ? Mar 21 ? The United States is deeply concerned that the Turkish government has blocked its citizens’ access to basic communication tools. We oppose this restriction on the Turkish people’s access to information, which undermines their ability to exercise
nytimes.com ? Sebnem Arsu ? Mar 21 ? ISTANBUL ? Turkey’s government on Friday stood by an order to block Twitter, even as many users, including some high officials, found ways to circumvent and challenge it. ?Blocking access was a court ruling, not a political