Skaista lapa, vai ne? Bet par to vēlāk.
Šodien lasīju par to, ka Turku interneta plašumos valda nežēlīga cenzūra.
Turku blogeri cīnās ar to, slēdzot ciet savus blogus.
Youtube, Netlog, Slide, Tagged and Alibaba are some of the major sites that were banned over the course of two years. Youtube for example is still banned and cannot be reached from Turkey. There are a zillion ways to get over the ban, but of course this is no excuse. There are also some gags, that are actually quite funny; IMDB.com was also going to be banned because some movie producers thought that IMDB is a source to download DIVX movies. Later on, it came out that they were trying to ban IMBD.com because of a typo. And as far as I know, IMDB was never banned…
Tiesa gan kāds jurists atzīst, ka tas nav veids kā to darīt.
Başak Purut, a Turkish lawyer who specialized in these kind of processes says that “this kind of protests will lead us nowhere, because Turkish politicians absolutely don’t care which sites are banned and why.” He also thinks that the law will get stricter in the future and the only way to solve this issue is to get the attention of the EU, which would maybe talk Turkish politicians into changing the law that regulates the bans.
Tajā pašā laikā, citi turku interneta iemītnieki plosās Latvijas interneta plašumos un uzlauž mūsu mājaslapas.
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