State of Turkish #journalism: While Cumhuriyet Web Editor released, a former journalist and opposition MP sentenced that triggers Gündem ayarlarını değiştir #AdaletYürüyüşü

The online chief of daily Cumhuriyet, Oğuz Güven, was released from jail on June 14, daily Cumhuriyet has reported.
The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) made a call on June 14 to take to the streets in Ankara on June 15 to protest the arrest of party deputy Enis Berberoğlu
Turkish opposition politician jailed for 25 years on spying charges

Enis Berberoğlu is first CHP lawmaker imprisoned since lifting of immunity last year, in move condemned as ‘intimidation’

For $55,000 you could discredit a journalist; for $200,000 you might instigate a street protest.

Mirror Websites Are Helping Turkish Users Reconnect to Wikipedia

The English-language Wikipedia page on January 18, 2012, illustrating its international blackout in opposition to SOPA and PIPA copyright legislation in the US. Created by Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 3.0)


Journalism After Snowden: essays about a free press in a surveillance state

Journalism After Snowden: The Future of the Free Press in the Surveillance Stateis a new essay collection from Columbia Journalism Review Books with contributions from Ed Snowden, Alan Rusbridger (former editor-in-chief of The Guardian); Jill Abramson (former New York Times executive editor; Glenn Greenwald, Steve Coll (Dean of Columbia Graduate School of Journalism), Clay Shirky, Cass Sunstein, and Julia Angwin

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