March 23, 2014
Three days ago we read about the blocking of Twitter in Turkey, a decision taken by the Turkish government – and announced by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan – because Twitter ignored a government request that asked to remove links on the social network, according to a request made by the country’s authorities.
Thus, in recent days Turkish users used public DNS to connect to Twitter, but since yesterday all alternative options were also blocked via DNS – including those operated by Google. You can no longer access the IPs associated with Twitter, and in the same way the blockade has been extended to the DNS servers, whose manual change will not allow access to the social network either.
There are still some solutions for Turkish users, such as using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to avoid the ban, or using anonymous browsing tools like Tor. We will see how the theme develops.
via Turkey reinforces the blocking of access to Twitter with a new IP and DNS blocking.
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