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Blogger / Blog*Spot Connectivity In Turkey

Several bloggers in Turkey are reporting inability to access Blogger, and / or Blog*Spot blogs. No details have been provided by any reporting.

For right now, please use a proxy server to access all Blog*Spot blogs.

Blogger Support is aware of the problem, and is working on it.
We are looking into the matter, and working to ensure that the service is restored as soon as possible.


(Update 10/26 21:00): It looks like we have a situation reminiscent of the recent outages in India and Thailand. A government initiated blockage, compounded by the local ISPs.
By the order of local court, Turkish blogger users can not login or even display their blog sites.Some of blog users had broadcast those games freely in their blog sites.

Digiturk went to court to fix this problem.

Court decides to close those illegal broadcasts.


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