Ahmet A. Sabancı is a writer, blogger and researcher. He earned BA degree at the Philosophy Department of Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. He has been blogging and writing actively since 2008. He's mainly focused on Philosophy of Web and Technology, censorship, surveillance, cyber security and cyber cultures.
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Information campaigns and physical intimidation that once targeted Kurdish and leftist media are now being aimed at major media outlets of all kinds.
Pro-Kurdish and leftist media sites are among the 96 websites most recently blocked by Turkish authorities.
Turkey's ruling party is becoming accustomed to getting its way more often than not in its long-running war on social media users.
Courts offer citizens occasional protection from Ankara's vicious war on freedom of expression and privacy, so government is looking for laws that bypass them.
Activists worldwide have criticized the UN-sponsored Internet Governance Forum for shying away from pressing issues like censorship and digital surveillance. This year, they held took matters into their own hands.
On August 10, Turkey chooses its president for the first time. There will be three candidates on the ballot, but the national media, seemingly, have already made their choice.