Cyberculture Turkish judiciary Turkish politics Turkish popular culture #CharlieHebdo website and Wikipedia entry among 47 pages banned in the last wave of Internet censorship in Turkey By admin 6 years ago Advertisements Efe Kerem Sozeri reports quoting Prof. Yaman Akdeniz that: Turkish court bans #CharlieHebdo website and the Wikipedia page together with 47 other pages v @cyberrights A user claims that no explicit filtering observed but sites can be accessed with using VPN: https://twitter.com/yalnux/status/572350216088764416 admin Lecturer @ Istanbul Bilgi U; Blogger; Metalhead; BJK Fan See author's posts Paylaş/Share this:Print RelatedProbably there are more supporters of #CharlieHebdo murderers in Turkey... #BugünBirCumhuriyetAlJanuary 14, 2015In "Islam in Europe"State of Turkish #journalism: While Cumhuriyet Web Editor released, a former journalist and opposition MP sentenced that triggers Gündem ayarlarını değiştir #AdaletYürüyüşüJune 15, 2017In "Journalism"Bursaspor becomes the Turkish Super League champion, the fifth team ever winning the title...May 16, 2010In "Attractions: football, cinema, music" Related posts: EFD Rights Watch: Drug Dealers killed a leftist activist, #HasanFeritGedik in #Gülsuyu Istanbul, despite heavy Police presence in the neighbourhood… EFD Rights Watch: “ODTÜ shows no lesson learned: EU?s envoy”… EFD Rights Watch: “23 security cameras reported broken during Gezi protestor?s killing…Alevi Rally…Hunger strike against wall along Syrian border EFD Rights Watch: PM Erdoğan accuses Taraf reporter of ?treason? over leak story…. Turkish government is warming up for the strongest attack against internet freedom in Turkey Turkish State wanted to play a PR stunt yesterday by promoting a “national car” which was in fact a stolen idea- not surprisingly… Pew report documents what is already observed: “Deep Divisions in Turkey as Election Nears Continue Reading Previous Erkan also quoted: BBC Trending: “Anger over new powers for Turkish authorities online…Next Used and now arrested. A Journalist Mehmet Baransu jailed yesterday… Leave a Reply Cancel reply Show more This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.