Turkey has blocked access to Twitter after audio recordings and documents implicating Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in corruption were posted on the social network.
Twitter users inside Turkey have responded by posting pictures demonstrating ways to get around the ban, and artists around the world have rallied in support of the Turkish people.
See more at the hashtag #TwitterisblockedinTurkey
My heart goes out to the Turk twitter addicts as it has been arrested in turkey. Twitter in Turkije ==》 pic.twitter.com/Fxl7SPPuAC— Mentalist Nuno Ⓜ (@NunoMentalist) March 21, 2014
█████ ████ everything ███ █████ is█████ ████ fine ████ ███ ██████ love █████ █ your █ ████ government. #TwitterIsBlockedInTurkey— Amnesty Hamburg (@AmnestyHamburg) March 21, 2014