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[liberationtech] internet blackout in turkey?
rayna.st at gmail.com
Sat Jun 1 05:14:46 PDT 2013
The Renesys report from Nov 2012 provides some info:
Turkey is in the 'Low risk' column (code: TR). Opinions vary though:
"[...] Turkey, by contrast, has numerous excellent providers (many using
networks beyond their own frontiers) but, at last count, there were some
1500 or more web sites blocked. Turkey hasn't shut down the internet to
date but could do so at a moment's notice for political reasons"
>From what I've heard, 3G appears to be blocked (overload?) within Taksim,
but is ok outside. Apparently people remove passwords from their wifi
connections so everyone can use it. Have been asking for clearer reports,
but nothing compelling thus far :/
2013/6/1 hc voigt <sozwiss at gmail.com>
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> Everything that is coming through along the hashtags #occupygezi or
> #direngezipark? is coming from outside Istanbul and lacks any new infos
> and pictures from within the city; or even from within turkey.
> After having done so last night, I'm again observing for quite some time
> now again via twazzup, tumblr, g+, diaspora, ? and it looks to me like
> we face a complete Internet Blackout in/from Turkey.
> Does turkey posses the technology, means and skills for that?
> Am I missing something?
> - --
> hc voigt
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