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Turkey Bans Google’s Blogger Over Soccer Piracy

March 6th, 2011 03:02 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Censorship

An anonymous reader writes “A local court has banned Google’s Blogger service in Turkey in response to a complaint by satellite TV firm Digiturk that streaming media feeds from local soccer games were appearing on multiple Blogger profiles. Unsurprisingly, Google criticized the move, given that everyone is suffering over a few people’s illegal actions. Copyright holders should target the individuals that are distributing the infringing content via an established complaints procedure rather than having the parent site banned. An estimated 600,000 Turks use the service to blog about anything from daily ramblings, to hobbies, to keeping their readers updated with the news.”

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