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NetBlocks.org Jun 22
Replying to @TurkeyBlocks
In 's July 2016 failed coup attempt social media was cut, as reported by , but the public set aside political divisions and united and went out onto the streets to oppose the military takeover:
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Turkey Blocks May 20
Replying to @Zetgel24 @netblocks
Network data show the outage was specific to ; no sign of impact to , or in network scans or subscriber reachability tests
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Turkey Blocks May 20
Confirmed: Internet provider is experiencing nationwide outages as of 9:00 p.m. UTC (12:00 a.m. TRT); latest network data shows connectivity restored from 18% to 85% but some parts of remain offline; incident ongoing 📉📈
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NetBlocks.org May 13
Could you imagine a world without ? and switched off parts of the net this week, and social media is currently blocked in . Disabling telecoms infrastructure at the first sign of trouble can have unexpected consequences (🎥)
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Turkey Blocks Apr 29
Replying to @TurkeyBlocks
The block of in is not only annoying, it means Turkish citizens are essentially self-excluded from writing their own history or expressing a Turkish point of view in millions of articles that chronicle our age
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Isik Mater Apr 29
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Turkey Blocks Apr 29
Two years ago today, we reported the nationwide blocking of all language editions of in . The measure didn't make sense then, and it still doesn't make sense now 📰
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NetBlocks.org Apr 14
Replying to @netblocks
Update: Global Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger reachability has fallen further with 80% now unable to connect worldwide; see current breakdown of impact by country ⬇️
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NetBlocks.org Apr 14
Confirmed: Analysis of global network data shows Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger down globally for an estimated 60% of users; incident ongoing ⬇️
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Turkey Blocks Mar 18
Confirmed: Dutch broadcaster NOS partially unblocked in 26 months after publishing graphic video of Russian ambassador Karlov's assassination in Ankara, amid normalization of diplomatic relations
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Turkey Blocks Feb 17
Replying to @yiit @netblocks
Thanks for sharing. ESNI is one of the pieces we're helping get deployed at next month. We also need secure DNS and a few other pieces to fall into place. See also
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Turkey Blocks Feb 6
18:15PM (): Broadcast ban issued following collapse of 8 floor building in ; investigation by prosecutor’s office ongoing; no internet restrictions evident relating to ban
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AJ+ Feb 1
India, Sudan, Venezuela and D.R. Congo have all seen their governments intentionally disrupt the internet in 2019. The rising trend is alarming digital rights activists.
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The Web Foundation Feb 1
An has appalling economic fallout. Blocking the Turkish internet for example, would cost the country's citizens $136 million PER DAY. Calculate your country here:
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NetBlocks.org Jan 12
Confirmed: All editions of the online encyclopedia blocked in by leading telecom provider
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NetBlocks.org Jan 7
Confirmed: Internet connectivity shut down across from 6:00AM UTC amid apparent military coup attempt; ongoing incident
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Turkey Blocks Dec 31
It has been 612 days since was blocked in . Here's to a more open and free internet in 2019!
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NetBlocks.org Dec 10
The internet is for everyone: This we're launching the tool with to measure in real-time the economic impact of internet disruptions, throttling and mass-censorship worldwide. Together we can
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NetBlocks.org Nov 4
Human rights protocol review and implementation at : Presenting a decentralized method to measure DNS controls via developed at the , with Christine Runnegar, &
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NetBlocks.org Nov 2
"We need to ensure standards-setting work serves the global public interest at a time when trust in the core of the internet has been greatly undermined" - NetBlocks technologist discusses her human rights objectives:
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