Turkey Bans YouTube for Second Time

Jan 21, 2008

(AP) -- A Turkish court has again blocked access to the popular video-sharing Web site YouTube because of clips allegedly insulting the country's founding father, according to reports Sunday.



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ShadowRam
5 / 5 (1) Jan 21, 2008
Suppressing Information will soon be a thing of the past, it simply won't be possible to completely keep an entire population in the dark. Hope it backfires on any government stupid enough to suppress the flow of information.

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