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New photo from Facebook July 25, 2016 at 09:19PM

In Uncategorized on July 25, 2016 at 20:32
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Cyberculture agenda: Selfie Diplomacy… Tim Berners-Lee’s letter to “‘Save the open internet in Europe…

In Uncategorized on July 25, 2016 at 12:23

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Last week I published an analysis of the Twitter profile pictures of MFAs(ministries of foreign affairs). I argued that such images may be a form of Selfie Diplomacy as profile pictures enable social media users to construct an online identity and communicate that identity to their networks.

This week I endeavored to analyze the Twitter profile pictures of world leader. Notably, I analyzed leaders’ personal account rather than their institutional ones (i.e., @BarackObama rather than @POTUS). The reason for this choice was an attempt to understand if such accounts are used for international or intra-national purposes.

‘Save the open internet in Europe,’ pleads web inventor Tim Berners-Lee

Date published:
July 15, 2016

“Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has made an impassioned argument in favor of net neutrality in Europe, calling on European citizens to stop legislation that could see the creation of so-called internet “fast lanes.”

Bitcoin: innovation of money and evolution of governance

All users play a crucial role in governance, as they are what ultimately gives Bitcoin value. People can choose to be equal under the law of mathematics.

Surveillance, power and communication

Coalitions of actors – scholars, activists, some politicians, and even some captains of industry, will need to collaborate if the pathway we are following to a calculated, unequal future is to change.

Algorithmic drawing X11. Flickr/ Brett Renfer. Some rights reserved.This presentation is organised around three keywords:  Surveillance, Power and Communication. Another keyword is algorithm. This keyword was omitted from my original title – perhaps there was a worry that this talk would be very technical.  It won’t be.

 

Microsoft turns the popular game into an “AI Olympics.”

In the end, Google in Europe could wind up a very different thing than Google at home.

The first study of swiping strategies on Tinder shows just how different male and female mating behavior can be.

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After a promising Sunday- with rallies etc- Detention warrant issued for 42 journalists including Bülent Mumay and Nazlı Ilıcak #TurkeyCoup

In Uncategorized on July 25, 2016 at 11:07

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A list of 42 journalists:
Abdullah Abdulkadiroğlu, Abdullah Kılıç, Ahmet Dönmez, Ali Akkuş, Arda Akın, Nazlı Ilıcak, Bayram Kaya, Bilal Şahin, Bülent Ceyhan, Bülent Mumay, Bünyamin Köseli, Cemal Azmi Kalyoncu, Cevheri Güven, Cihan Acar, Cuma Ulus, Emre Soncan, Ercan Gün, Erkan Akkuş, Ertuğrul Erbaş, Fatih Akalan, Fatih Yağmur, Habib Güler, Hanım Büşra Erdal, Haşim Söylemez, Hüseyin Aydın, İbrahim Balta, Kamil Maman, Kerim Gün, Levent Kenes, Mahmut Hazar, Mehmet Gündem, Metin Yıkar, Muhammet Fatih Uğur, Mustafa Erkan Acar, Mürsel Genç, Selahattin Sevi, Seyit Kılıç, Turan Görüryılmaz, Ufuk Şanlı, Ufuk Emin Köroğlu, Yakup Sağlam, Yakup Çetin…
 Most are already unemployed and I believe only some them might be Gülenists and even if they are Gülenists that does not mean they have anything to do with coup plotting… I hope this will be resolved soon.
Custody order has been issued for 42 persons including journalist Nazlı Ilıcak within the investigation into Gülen Community
A detention warrant was issued for 42 journalists on July 25 as a part of the investigation into the Fethullahist Terror Organization/Parallel State Structure (FETÖ/PYD) following July 15 failed coup attempt
A total of 31 academics, including professors, were detained as a part of the ongoing operations against members of the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), which the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) says was behind the July 15 failed coup attempt
Tens of thousands of people from both opposition and government parties demonstrate in a rally in Istanbul to condemn the country’s attempted coup.
Interior Minister Efkan Ala has said there had not been any information from police intelligence ahead of the July 15 coup attempt and the coup plotters had a “brain team” developed inside the body

Ruling AKP to join main opposition CHP’s anti-coup rally in Istanbul

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has decided to join the anti-coup rally to be held by the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) in Istanbul on July 24, a senior party official has said
The number of generals and admirals who have been arrested due to coup attempt has increased to 122.
Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdağ has answered questions regarding the period of detention after the coup attempt, the proceedings and the extradition of Fethullah Gülen.

Trump and the Sultan

American voters should learn from Turkey’s experience with an out-of-control leader.
Turkey’s Supreme Military Council is expected to meet next week to discuss the army’s restructuring in the aftermath of the failed attempted coup, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said
The three-month-long state of emergency which was declared in Turkey after the failed coup attempt should not stir a “rollback in human rights” and in protection against “arbitrary detention and torture,” Amnesty International’s Turkey researcher said
PresidentErdoğan’s chief aide-de-camp, who was arrested as part of the wide-scale investigations into the July 15 failed coup attempt, has reportedly accepted that he made “wrong choices” on the night
Newly-emerged city surveillance footage shows the moment soldiers on Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge opened fire on civilians with guns and artillery during the failed coup attempt of July 15

Erdoğan v the Gülenists: from political allies to Turkey’s bitter rivals

The Turkish president has followed the attempted coup with a crackdown on judges, soldiers and even teachers, saying supporters of the the exiled cleric Fethullah Gülen are entrenched in positions of power.

Turkish academics targeted as government reacts to failed coup
Science Magazine
The truth may emerge from an unexpected source: On 17 July the organization Wikileaks released nearly 300,000 emails harvested–by unknown means–from Turkish government officials going back as far as 2010. This cache of private communications may .

As a post-coup-attempt purge by the government intensified, Turkish officials assured citizens that the state of emergency would not trample on personal freedoms.

Thousands of Turks still protest in support of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, but there are growing fears that his crackdown may harm democracy almost as much as a military coup

 

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a national security meeting, and purges continued in the wake of the attempt last week to topple the government.

Turkey coup attempt: Erdoğan declares three-month state of emergency

Announcement made after president meets top security and cabinet officials in Ankara and amid continued purge of state institutions

 

I learned about the coup attempt from my brother-in-law: Erdoğan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that he learned about the July 15 failed coup attempt from his brother-in-law, as he added that he didn’t want to believe the news when he first heard of them

Article | Troubling Forces Unleashed In Turkey

Mavi Boncuk |

Troubling Forces Unleashed In Turkey Featuring Soner Cagaptay

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Cipher Brief | July 19, 2016

In a conversation with the Cipher Brief, Soner Cagaptay, the Beyer Family Fellow and director of the Turkish Research Program at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, says he finds it “incredibly worrisome” that the failed military coup in Turkey could be the beginning of civil strife in that nation.

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New photo from Facebook July 25, 2016 at 11:17AM

In Uncategorized on July 25, 2016 at 10:29
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#TurkeyCoup aftermath: Amnesty asks Independent monitors must be allowed to access detainees amid torture allegations…

In Uncategorized on July 24, 2016 at 18:38

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Amnesty International has gathered credible evidence that detainees in Turkey are being subjected to beatings and torture, including rape, in official and unofficial detention centres in the country. The organization is calling for independent

 

Turkey’s president would not be in power today had he succeeded more fully in his efforts to curtail critical media and control online speech. That fact gave a ray of hope to some of his critics that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan might…

Last week witnessed what may be the last act of an unfolding struggle between two major Islamic movements in Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused exiled Islamic leader Fethullah Gulen of plotting last week’s failed coup against

 

The Guardian view on Turkey: beware an elected dictatorship | Editorial

A brutal and indiscriminate reaction to the failed coup would threaten the values that defeated it

Funerals After Coup Attempt in Turkey

At a mosque in Istanbul, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey attended a funeral for some of those killed during the failed coup attempt this weekend.
The reclusive cleric Fethullah Gulen, blamed by President Erdogan for the failed coup in Turkey, suggests that the government could have staged the uprising.
Even before the weekend’s events, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had represented a quandary for E.U. foreign ministers, who are meeting in Brussels
Erdogan’s People

Faced with an influx of Syrian refugees, a conservative neighborhood in Istanbul struggles with the question of what it means to be a Turk.
A man survived after two tanks rolled over him during the July 15 failed coup attempt in the Üsküdar district of Istanbul. Video footage of the incident recorded by a nearby security camera showed Sabri Ünal, 34, attempting to stop the tanks by lying in front of them
Not A Video Game, It’s Just Turks Repelling A Coup

You have probably read enough about the failed coup attempt in Turkey.
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Kadir Topbaş has said the city ordered a space which will serve as a graveyard for the plotters of the July 15 failed coup attempt as no cemetery would accept their corpses, calling the plot “the graveyard for traitors”
Turkish police blocked yesterday the distribution of a satire magazine’s special edition published after the July 15 failed coup attempt, in a move its editors believed was aimed at making it pay a price for its previous cartoons mocking and criticizing the organization suspected of planning the overthrow bid
Istanbul-based AFP photographers Bülent Kılıç and Ozan Köse had close calls during the long night they spent on the streets of Istanbul capturing Turkey’s failed coup on July 15 night and July 16 morning
Beşiktaş’s German striker Mario Gomez has announced that he will leave Turkey because of the “political situation,” saying that it was a “difficult decision.”
Ratings agency S&P on July 20 downgraded Turkey’s sovereign credit rating after July 15 failed coup attempt
Erdogan’s Coup

The coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan failed because it was a coup. The previous military takeover, of Sept. 12, 1980, was immediately and totally successful because it was executed by the armed forces as whole, under the chain of command headed by the Chief of the General Staff Gen. Kenan Evren. The technical term for that sort of takeover is pronunciamento, Spanish for declaration. With all the armed forces acting as one, it is enough to declare that power has been seized to actually have it.

Erdogan supporters on the streets of Turkey

Crowds carrying Turkish flags streamed into Ankara’s Kizilay Square and Taksim Square in Istanbul in support of Erdogan.

Turkey’s Bitter Divisions Will Widen After The Failed Coup

Late Friday night, a faction within the Turkish military launched a violent and ultimately ill-fated coup attempt which will make democracy in Turkey ever more elusive.

US Secretary of State John Kerry has called on Turkey to observe the principles of democracy as a Nato member state and has not ruled out the possibility of the country being ousted from the Alliance in the event of non-compliance. The EU has also threatened to suspend Turkey’s membership negotiations if it reintroduces the death penalty. Commentators argue that the West is in no position to issue threats.
Even before the attempted coup, Turkey was no longer a democracy, according to political scientist Dr Roy Karadag. He told EurActiv’s partner WirtschaftsWoche what Erdoğan has planned for Turkey next and why the EU refugee deal hangs in the balance.
Frail US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen rejects Turkish accusations he masterminded a coup attempt – but describes Turkey’s leadership as a ‘cult’.
Whatever happened on Friday 15 July, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has emerged stronger than ever and can now arrest anyone he wants on charges of treason, writes George Friedman.

Turkey’s attempted coup d’état – a ‘black mark on democracy’?

Politicians from the US to Egypt have fallen into chorus about holding up democracy against military usurpation following Turkey’s failed coup. The reality is that democracy’s ideals and procedures are being hollowed out.

Social coup

How smartphones and social media played a pivotal role in Turkey’s failed coup, and the plotters failed to realise the crucial role of modern communications.
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini stressed on Monday (18 July) that “no country can become an EU member state if it introduces the death penalty”, after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Sunday that the country should reintroduce capital punishment after last week’s attempted coup.
Turkey May Review Relations With US if Washington Fails to Extradite Gulen
Sputnik International
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Late on Friday, Turkish authorities said that an attempted coup took place in the country.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and other officials have blamed Gulen staying in self-imposed exile in the United States and his …
Deputy mayor of Istanbul shot in the head at his officeNewstalk 106-108 fm
EU, Nato and US send warnings to Turkey as its post-coup crackdown continuesThe National
Erdogan Is Blaming the Coup on a Shadowy Turkish Cleric Who …Foreign Policy (blog)
The Weekly Standard (blog) –Stuff.co.nz
Turkey’s Justice Ministry has sent four dossiers to the United States over the extradition of U.S.-based scholar Fethullah Gülen, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has announced

After Turkey’s failed coup, Erdoğan’s brutal clampdown | Yavuz Baydar

The president will take this chance to weaken the media, judiciary and military. He has one-man rule in his sights

How heavily the bloody coup attempt in Turkey has traumatised the country may be beyond anyone’s imagination. Needless to say, the perpetrators, in what seemed like an ill-planned, fast-forward action, have delivered a deadly stab to the country’s already wounded democratic system, which had been sending an SOS out to the world for some time.

Turkey coup attempt: Police and officials purged

Turkish officials say that nearly 8,000 police officers have been suspended on suspicion of having links to the weekend’s failed coup.
Following the failed coup in Turkey the government has had 6,000 people arrested and removed more than 2,700 judges and public prosecutors from their posts. The fact that a majority of the population resisted the coup was by no means a victory for democracy, some commentators believe. Others are relieved that a military dictatorship has been prevented and place their hopes in the opposition.
Turkey’s President Erdoğan has blamed his former ally Fethullah Gülen, a Muslim cleric currently living in exile in the US, of orchestrating the attempted coup. Gülen has roundly rejected the allegations. While some commentators say Erdoğan himself was behind the coup others pin the blame squarely on Gülen and his followers.

Turkey coup aftermath: between neo-fascism and Bonapartism

Predictions about the consequences of Turkey’s failed coup focus on how it fulfils Erdoğan’s desire for an omnipotent presidency. But the danger that awaits is much greater than that.

Turkey’s President Erdoğan mourns victims of failed coup – video

Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, weeps at the funeral for his top campaign manager and teenage son, who died during the failed coup attempt. Thousands of mourners attended the funeral ceremony in Istanbul on Sunday, where Erdogan burst into tears as he addressed the crowd. He promised to carry the country into the future in unity and soildarity. Photograph: Burak Kara/Getty Images

The death penalty must not be the legacy of Turkey’s quashed coup | Mary Dejevsky

President Erdoğan seems intent on purging his enemies. The EU must use all its diplomatic powers to steer him away from reinstating capital punishmentThe military coup that was launched, and that failed, between Friday night and Saturday morning, showed the two faces of today’s Turkey in sharp relief. On the one hand, there was the old tendency of the military to take responsibility for the nation, with officers casting themselves as the guardians of law and order and the secular state. On the other, there was a new sense of pride in even flawed democracy that brought people, young and old, religious and not, into the streets to oppose an illegal seizure of power. The people won; so far, so good.

It has been reported that a custody order has been issued for President Erdoğan’s top Military Aid Colonel Ali Yazıcı and Colonel Tevfik Gök; Private Secretary of Minister of Defence Fikri Işık has been taken into custody.

What we learned from the coup attempt in Turkey

Coup attempt could have long-term repercussions for Turkey

Accelerated drive towards an authoritarian state could unsettle international creditors and damage relations with US

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that Friday’s failed coup (15 July) was a “gift from God”, giving him the chance to re-shape the country, and purge the country’s elite from enemies, who accuse him of creeping Islamisation in the traditionally secular state.
European foreign ministers will urge Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan today (18 July) to respect the law and human rights in dealing with defeated coup plotters, but have limited leverage over their strategic neighbour

Turkey coup: Soldier attacked by ‘baying’ crowd

Footage shows the moment a soldier surrenders and is pulled from his tank by a police officer, after being attacked by a crowd.

Coup attempt highlights widening faultlines in Turkish alliance with US

US jets have resumed operations against Isis from Turkey but the upheaval has shown how at odds the nominal allies are US jets have resumed operations in the fight against Islamic State after being grounded for two days at an airbase in southern Turkey amid uncertainty over what the country’s failed coup might mean for bilateral ties and for the war itself.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has vowed that the government will discuss with the opposition reintroducing the death penalty in Turkey, following the failed military coup attempt of July 15

Turkey has defeated a coup – and unleashed a violent mob | Alev Scott

In standing up to their military the Turkish people have at last broken with the past and tamed the army – but at what price?At about 11pm on Friday, I was passionately debating Pokémon Go at a dinner party in Istanbul when someone announced that a military coup was taking place. “Really – actual jets? Tanks at the airport – seriously?” Everyone was incredulous, scanning their phones, until someone spotted a helicopter from the balcony. Reality hit home, and we hastily took our leave. In corner shops middle-class locals were stocking up on water and – bizarrely – pet food.

The United States top diplomat on Sunday denounced claims made by Turkey’s labor minister of American involvement in Friday’s coup.

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New photo from Facebook July 24, 2016 at 06:49PM

In Uncategorized on July 24, 2016 at 18:03
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Anti-coup imagery after the 15 July Coup Attempt…

In Uncategorized on July 23, 2016 at 20:52

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Anti-coup imagery after the 15 July Coup Attempt…

In Uncategorized on July 23, 2016 at 20:35

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Before the coup attempt occurred, Legal shield for Turkish soldiers in anti-terror ops had become law..

In Uncategorized on July 23, 2016 at 20:35

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A proposal to provide legal protection to soldiers taking part in anti-terror operations and enable the participation of Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) in operations in urban areas was made into law after being published in the Official Gazette on July 14
U.S.-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, the main suspect behind the bloody July 15 coup attempt, is more dangerous than former al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, Turkish EU minister has said
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said one of the coup soldiers who held Turkey’s chief-of-staff hostage on July 15 during a bloody uprising told the military head to call Fethullah Gülen.

Sur: against state violence in Turkey – an interview with former mayor Abdullah Demirbas

As a richly articulated living history, Sur shattered the stereotype of the Middle East as intellectually backwards and culturally empty. A call for international support.

Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency has announced that it has fired a freelance reporter who mocked the terrorist attack in Nice on his Twitter account
Many might think the refugee deal between Turkey and the European Union is on hold. But what is on hold is the part of the deal that foresees visa-free travel for Turks
After the rectorship elections in 8 universities, now assignments are being expected. Erdoğan has not abided by the elections during the first 17 assignments he has made out of 59 in total. One out of the 59 rectors was a woman, the remaining 58 others were male.
The Constitutional Court has ruled to annul a provision that punishes all sexual acts against children under the age of 15 as “sexual abuse,” stirring outrage from academics and women’s rights activists who warn that the decision will lead to cases of child abuse going unpunished
A group of armed special operations police officers in camouflage uniforms began to patrol Istanbul’s busy İstiklal Avenue on July 13, after France’s diplomatic missions in the country were closed and French National Day events were canceled due to security concerns

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Travel ban for academics in Turkey now eased….

In Uncategorized on July 23, 2016 at 20:01

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Turkey Higher Education Council (YÖK) issued a statement on Friday afternoon declaring that it is up to university presidents to allow scholars to go abroad on academic purposes. Academic trips will be reported to YÖK every month. In fact, this is nothing new. I assume every university has a record of its scholars’ academic activities. We always ask permission for an academic trip so that our health insurance etc will be covered. Anyways, we got an official statement from the president’s office today so this effectively lifts the travel ban. Effectively, in the sense that, Bilgi University is keen on accountability, so as long as we provide our invitation letters, we will get the permission…

Because state of emergency is declared in Turkey, when we go abroad in addition to our passport and hardly gotten visas (!) we will have to provide a document from where we work etc.

In the mean time, since the ban was sort of uplifted in the last minute, I could not attend the EASA conference. I presented through Skype this morning. Thanks to  I have a photo from the presentation:

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