Marchers Protest New Turkish Web Filtering Rules

Source: CNN

Thousands of Turks march Sunday in Istanbul to protest against Internet filtering regulations set to take effect in August.

Istanbul (CNN) — Several thousand opponents of new Internet filtering rules, set to take effect in Turkey in August, marched in protest in Istanbul on Sunday.

Demonstrators carried signs in Turkish and English reading “Don’t touch my Internet” and “We don’t need protection,” while they chanted slogans against website censorship.

Internet users must choose among four filtering options, including family, children, domestic or standard settings, as a part of Turkey’s “Safe Internet Service.”…

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