How a Turkish political party used Google AdWords to defy censorship
This is ingenious and subversive.
Turkey President Erdoğan interrupts all domestic phone calls with prerecorded message
Erdoğan even tied up the country's emergency line.
Turkish judge bans access to Supreme Court ruling
'There is no legal barrier to a local judge banning access to the Supreme Court website.'
Inside Turkey’s war on Wikipedia
Turkey has censored all of Wikipedia over cited articles that potentially paint the county's government in a negative light.
Turkish developer creates app for people forced to prove how they voted in referendum
How bad Googling put a small U.S. town in the middle of a rift between Turkey and the Netherlands
It started as a simple mistake. Then it went way too far.
Judicial Branch page returns to White House website 10 days after going dark
The Trump administration removed the page minutes after the inauguration.
Censorship reveals direct, likely illegal link between ISPs and Turkey’s government
Censorship exposes a direct link between ISP servers and Turkey's government.
Turkey detains journalists for reporting on energy minister’s leaked emails
There are now 153 jailed journalists in Turkey.
Turkey ramps up war on free speech with latest arrest of a journalist
Husnu Mahalli criticized President Erdogan's Syria policy. Then police put him in jail.
Do Turkey’s police use social media monitoring to crack down on dissent?
Facebook and Twitter won't comment. So, what's really happening?
How the alt-right’s PizzaGate conspiracy hid real scandal in Turkey
America’s Islamophobia and Turkey’s anti-Americanism has much to share in a post-truth world.
Activists fight back against Turkish government’s block on Tor and VPNs
Major social media platforms have also been blocked.
Turkish government revealed to be spying on its citizens through ISPs
Insider claims all ISPs in Turkey has used deep packet inspection to collect personal data, in accordance with the law since 2014.
Turkey uses emergency decree to shut down internet on 11 Kurdish cities to ‘prevent protests’
Turkey's government used its emergency decree to censor the internet.