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After blocking Twitter access within its borders, Turkey is expected or not, and block access to YouTube for its citizens visiting the largest video portal. The last act of censorship on the Internet comes just one day after a Turkish court ordered the government to lift the ban on Twitter and restore access to the service.

Turkey is accused of blocking websites in order to stifle access to phone records that reveal the deep corruption in the highest echelons of power. Drastic measures are perceived by many as an attempt to curb protests about corruption scandal, and with elections coming up in Turkey.

Today more run a secret meeting entry Security Summit focused on Syria. But as in the case of Twitter, people in Turkey now find and share ways to avoid the blockade of YouTube.

#Turkey need to unblock YouTube on Android? Change your 3G/4G Mobile APN proxy to proxy:localhost 
port:8118 http://t.co/0nBmSzLfJ5
 — The Guardian Project (@guardianproject) March 27, 2014

Google has not yet commented on the latest developments in Turkey, but we will update the news when we find out what their opinion on the subject.

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