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Internet 'censorship' increases in Turkey

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The Turkish government has changed the way it filters the web - users are now asked if they want to sign up to a safe internet package, or carry on surfing the web the way they have been used to.

But critics say as many as 20,000 sites are blocked, including erotic sites and political sites which might be seen as hostile to the government. Spencer Kelly reports.

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