Comments:Turkey lifts ban on YouTube

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Comments from feedback form - "blocked again"422:59, 6 November 2010
Comments from feedback form - "I thought the article was kind..."111:27, 6 November 2010

Comments from feedback form - "blocked again"

blocked again

85.101.239.242 (talk)00:54, 3 November 2010

Here is a source for this: http://techshrimp.com/2010/11/03/turkey-imposes-youtube-ban-again/. I tried to add a note regarding this but got reverted by a known user. I don't know why.

/HeyMid (contributions)17:05, 6 November 2010

The article is dated November 1. You added information that you stated was from November 3. Why do you think this time travel was reverted? News archives are a historical record.

Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs)17:31, 6 November 2010

OK, but I personally believe it's inappropriate to have this article at the main page, especially if it's outdated. But OK, then I have to try creating a new article that replaces this one.

/HeyMid (contributions)17:43, 6 November 2010

Yes, it is an inappropriate lead story. I posted another in its place.

InfantGorilla (talk)22:59, 6 November 2010
 
 
 
 

Comments from feedback form - "I thought the article was kind..."

I thought the article was kind of bias, implying that Turkey was wrong to ban YouTube in the first place. The article was presented well, though. I haven't check out out the sources, so I wouldn't know the reliability and completeness.

Unibrow1994 (talk)00:52, 3 November 2010

It's very hard to judge this considering that Turkey is having to conform to a free speech clause of the EU to see how it was biased. A source from a supporter of the ban would be hard to find because they are likely to get a hammering from pro-freedom groups.

91.109.222.141 (talk)11:27, 6 November 2010