The best of non-profit advertising and marketing for social causes

Yasak in Turkey

Yasak in Turkey

Print

Some words:

Adrianne, Animal, Hayvan (Animal), Baldiz (sister-in-law), Beat, Buyutucu (enlarger), Ciplak (nude), Citir (crispy), Escort, Etek (skirt), Fire, Girl, Ateşli (passionate), Frikik (freekick), Free, Gey (gay), Gay, Gizli (confidential), Haydar, Hikaye, Homemade, Hot, İtiraf (confession), Liseli (high school student), Nefes (breath), Nubile, Partner, Pic, Sarisin (blond), Sicak (hot), Sisman (overweight), Teen, Yasak (forbidden), Yerli (local), Yetiskin (adult).

Can you imagine that these words are forbidden on the internet? It is in Turkey. (Source: CyberLaw Blog)

Not only these words are forbidden (Yasak) but also many worldwide services which are very common to us all are banned. Like YouTube, Last.fm and MySpace.

Turkish ad blogger and art director Firat Yildiz and copywriter Yavuzhan Gel made these ads for SansüreSansür.
“In Turkey. Internet freedom is under censorship treat constantly.”

Related posts:
– 148 Turkish websites in protest against government ban
– Blogger.com banned in Turkey

You can help by publishing a web banner on your website.

468x60-kirmizi

Print

Print

Founder of Osocio. It all started with collecting election posters in 1973. And that's never stopped. Read more.