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İnternete büyük sansür

Adnan Oktar’ın yaptığı yayınlara önlem diye hazırlanan düzenlemeyle muhalif isimlerin seslerini duyurabildikleri özgür internet ortamı yok edilmek isteniyor.

2019 seçimlerine giderken hükümet, internet üzerinden yapılan televizyon ve radyo yayınları için geniş bir sansür uygulamasına hazırlanıyor. 930 more words

Internet

North Korea Installs New Radio Devices to Catch Citizens Illegally Calling Abroad

North Korea has installed new Russian-made radio locators along sections of its 880-mile border with China to detect citizens placing illegal mobile-phone calls to friends and relatives outside the isolated authoritarian country, sources said. 446 more words

Asia

Yeah....But, No...But, No Fun...

Leeds Union probes hockey team’s ‘ill- judged chav party’

The social contortions of the anti-fun brigade the permeates facets of university and student life and the cretinous union that is supposed to represent them continues unabated. 166 more words

General Crap

Banned theatrical play 'Just a Dictator' live-reading took place in Turkey

Actor Barış Atay’s one-man play “Just a Dictator” had been banned prior to its staging in Artvin on January 9, and across Turkey on January 24. 486 more words
Turkey

The Propaganda I See on My Morning Commute

BEIJING — JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ writes: People joke that it’s now easier in many Chinese cities to use Communist Party slogans rather than street names to give directions.  608 more words

Asia

As Walls Close in on FBI, the Bureau Lashes Out at its Antagonists 

Sharyl Attkisson writes: What happens when federal agencies accused of possible wrongdoing — also control the alleged evidence against them? What happens when they’re the ones in charge of who inside their agencies — or connected to them — ultimately gets investigated and possibly charged? 296 more words

Mediasphere

NSA Deleted Surveillance Data it Pledged to Preserve 

The agency tells a federal judge that it is investigating and ‘sincerely regrets its failure.’

The National Security Agency destroyed surveillance data it pledged to preserve in connection with pending lawsuits and apparently never took some of the steps it told a federal court it had taken to make sure the information wasn’t destroyed, according to recent court filings. 370 more words

Politics