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Turkish High Court Considering Wikipedia’s Appeal Against Ban

The ban has been in place since April 2017

Charlotte Darrell
By Charlotte Darrell
New Study Suggests Major European ISPs Blocking BitTorrent Traffic

New Study Suggests Major European ISPs Blocking BitTorrent Traffic

A new study suggests that several major ISPs are blocking BitTorrent traffic on mobile networks

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Hong Kong ISPs Write Open Letter Against Internet Restrictions

Hong Kong ISPs Write Open Letter Against Internet Restrictions

The ISPs have preempted attempts to repress the internet during Hong Kong’s historic pro-democracy protests

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Biggest US Wireless Carriers Found to Be Throttling Video Streaming in Wake of Net Neutrality Repeal

Biggest US Wireless Carriers Found to Be Throttling Video Streaming in Wake of Net Neutrality Repeal

Researchers observed that video content from services including Netflix and YouTube was routinely throttled outside of peak hours

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Google, Apple and Mozilla Block Kazakhstan’s HTTPS Interception Attempts

Google, Apple and Mozilla Block Kazakhstan’s HTTPS Interception Attempts

Chrome, Firefox, and Safari will no longer work with the Kazakhstan government’s root certificate

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Ankara cityscape at night

Turkish Government Issues Order to Censor Opposition Twitter Accounts

Turkey is using Twitter’s Country Withheld Content tool to target anti-government accounts

Charlotte Darrell
By Charlotte Darrell
Turkish Court Orders ISPs to Block Independent News Outlets

Turkish Court Orders ISPs to Block Independent News Outlets

An Ankara court has ordered Turkish internet service providers to block access to 136 websites, including several news sites and their social media accounts

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Kashmir Taken Completely Offline After India Revokes Special Constitutional Status

Kashmir Taken Completely Offline After India Revokes Special Constitutional Status

The Indian government revoked Kashmir’s special status after 70 years of independence, leading to civil unrest and an internet shutdown

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Turkey Grants Radio and Television Watchdog Sweeping New Powers Over Internet

Turkey Grants Radio and Television Watchdog Sweeping New Powers Over Internet

The Turkish radio and television authorities now have power over streaming platforms and online news outlets

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
Five Eyes Nations Call for Introduction of Encryption Backdoors

Five Eyes Nations Call for Introduction of Encryption Backdoors

A group of five national intelligence agencies concluded that encryption backdoors were necessary despite technical issues

Alex Brammer
By Alex Brammer
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