ISTANBUL (AP) -- Turkey briefly blocked access to Twitter on Wednesday to prevent images of Monday's deadly bombing from
Mehmet Selim Kiraz, the Istanbul prosecutor seen in the pictures, was later killed in a shoot-out between his hostage takers
"Naturally the government will as a priority block sites and pages which it does not like and drag its feet on other ones
It's both the best of times and the worst of times for the free speech rights the network is supposed to support. To break the cycle of repression we must look more closely at the tools protesters and reporters use and ask whether they further the cause of freedom, or just make speakers more vulnerable.
They really are occupying Twitter. One day after Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced an attempt to "eradicate
INTERNET ACCESS But on Saturday morning, many people reported that computers that had been set with DNS numbers widely circulated
"Twitter, mwitter!," he told thousands of supporters at a rally, in a phrase translating roughly as "Twitter, schmitter!". By