I thought this was quiet interesting today guys. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/europe/10480877.stm
Last month Turks found they could not access many Google services. YouTube is already banned. The BBC's Jonathan Head looks at this brewing battle between Turkey and one of the giants of the internet.
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Sitting in an Istanbul cafe Ozan Tuzun taps away furiously on the keyboard of his laptop, trying to break the invisible walls that surround him.
"I'm going to DNS.com now to take one of their numbers… I enter it… no that didn't work. Right let's try to get a DNS from Google… no… ok we'll try Ktunnel…"
What Ozan is doing - and it takes him about 10 minutes - is something most of us can do in just seconds.
He wants to watch YouTube. And he is an expert, a technology buff; most people trying the same thing from Turkey would give up.
"It's very frustrating, it makes me feel like I'm living in a third world country," he says.
Could be quiet interesting to see what happens from here.