Internet users in the Middle East are increasingly turning to virtual private networks as a way of sidestepping censorship
Two anonymous Twitter accounts used to release secretly recorded conversations appear to have been blocked
Social networking company’s refusal follows a two-week ban on the service
Twitter has become Erdogan’s nightmare - a platform where information flows uncontrolled
Turkish authorities defied court orders and reaffirmed a ban on YouTube imposed after the posting of illicit recordings of top secret security talks ...
Video site was banned after audio posting of top-level security meeting
The Turkish prime minister criticized a constitutional court ruling that lifted the recent ban on Twitter
Access to Twitter is expected to be restored in the coming hours
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State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the order was ‘contrary to Turkey’s own expressed desire to be a model of democracy’
Internet analysts reported a surge in tweets as “workarounds” were shared on social media
The United Nations joins the U.S. in condemning Prime Minister Erdogan’s controversial block on Twitter
'It is not legally possible to shut down the Internet and such platforms,' Abdullah Gul said
Turkish PM launches a final electoral push to stifle rivals he describes as an ‘alliance of evil’ in cahoots with terrorism
The social media service published a tweet to Turkish users instructing them on how to continue tweeting via SMS
“I don’t care what the international community will say,” Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said to his opponents over his decision to block Twitter.
A company spokesman declined to say whether it would appoint someone in Turkey but said it was moving forward in talks with the government
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