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Anonymous Continues Anti-Censorship Threats Despite Arrests

Anonymous, a hacker collective that uses Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks to take down websites, has threatened retaliation against Turkey and an attack against Malaysia over censorship plans. The “hacktivist” group Anonymous has been actively threatening countries over promises to increase Internet censorship and surveillance.  The collective said that it will not release the […]

History repeating

World Bulletin is reporting that a Turkish court has ordered a block on, again.  Digiturk, a satellite TV provider in Turkey, has appealed to the Turkish courts to block the platform, on the grounds that the Blogspot was hosting pirated copies of Digiturk’s Turkish football content.  This means that all blogs hosted by Google’s […]

Turkish Citizens Take To The Streets Over Internet Freedoms

Outrage and concern finally boiled over in Istanbul on Saturday as thousands took to the streets in protest of Turkey’s Internet Censorship policy. Physical protests of Internet policy are really a never-before-seen occurance, even with all the twists and turns of cyberspace regulation that have occurred in the past decade. While the protests thankfully remained […]

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