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Turkish President Signs Internet Censorship Law
| 2/19/2014, 5:13 AM
| Elad Benari
Posted on 02/18/2014 9:41:11 PM PST by Olog-hai
Turkeys president, Abdullah Gül, said Tuesday he had signed into force a controversial law voted in by the government that would tighten controls over web use, AFP reported.
Gül said on his Twitter feed he promulgated the lawwhich the opposition and rights groups say infringes on citizens freedomsafter the government assured him it would soften parts of it through later amendments.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: censorship; internet; rop; turkey
And to think they did stuff like this twelve years ago
as well, when Gül was prime minister.
posted on 02/18/2014 9:41:12 PM PST
With all the extremely internet knowledgeable people around ... good luck.
posted on 02/18/2014 9:44:20 PM PST
obama and his cohorts must be extremely jealous.
posted on 02/18/2014 9:46:38 PM PST
(Stop obarma now! Stop the hussein - insane agenda!)
Executive Order to follow.
posted on 02/18/2014 9:49:03 PM PST
The pen and the phone again.
posted on 02/18/2014 9:51:45 PM PST
the government assured him it would soften parts of it through later amendments
And I've got a bridge to sell them!
posted on 02/18/2014 9:53:29 PM PST
Yeah, Gül’s words. Pretty worthless, what with him being the PM of the government that put control of the internet into law twelve years ago.
posted on 02/18/2014 9:55:36 PM PST
posted on 02/19/2014 2:31:19 AM PST
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posted on 02/19/2014 3:38:42 AM PST
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