Comments:Turkish protesters march against Internet censorship
Sounds like those protestors are defying Turkishness.
How can a secular government treasure human rights but censore the internet, the modern day avenue of expression and speech? Turkey, like Australia is Phuketted in this regard...(i'm Australian, I can say this...)
The present government of Turkey may be phuketted, but Turkey, it appears, does not completely agree with the present government.
Well the people of Australia dont agree with internet censorship and yet, here we are...T_T
I have not seen any articles indicating that Australians are attempting to influence their government to change its policy. Please direct me to some.
There's just a few...
p.s I didn't appreciate your tone =) but I'm ignoring it as a miscommunication...
Anyone else find it ironic that the Chinese state media are reporting this?