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Freedom of tweets

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 24-03-2014 21:00 | Category: Human rights



Reporter hone Grenzen: Freedom of tweets

This is the response from the German Reporter ohne Grenzen (Reporters Without Borders) on the Turkish Twitter ban.
Clear message, nothing to add.


Twitter has been banned by the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan. It was a cramped reaction to distribution of information about illigal acitivities of the Prime Minister.
There was a detour to twitter. It was the Google DNS 8.8.8.8. And that message was spread through graffiti and by organisations like Femen.
This possibility is also blocked.

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Source: Kaan Sezyum

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Source: Femen


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Reporter ohne Grenzen
Agency:
Grey Düsseldorf
Additional credits:
Chief Creative Officer: Fabian Kirner
Creative Directors: Alexandros Antoniadis, Martin Venn
Art Directors: David Baertz, Markus Werner, Channie Hansen
Copywriters: Thomas Kuhn, Helge Hoffmann
Digital Concept: Serdar Kantekin
Additional credits: Christoph Pietsch, Andre Schieck, Jann Eicker
Source:
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