Turkey blocks Tor's anonymity network
It's harder to evade the country's growing censorship efforts.
ICYMI: A new form of whale communication, found
It has nothing to do with riding whales but we can dream.
Turkey shuts off internet service in 11 Kurdish cities
The shutdown affects 6 million citizens and comes amid protests over the detention of one city's mayors, Turkey Blocks reports.
ICYMI: Finally, cars can morph into robots!
Excuse us while we freak out.
WikiLeaks released a cache of malware in its latest email dump
Critics say the materials could endanger the free speech advocates it's meant to help.
Turkish president interviewed via FaceTime during military coup
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has frequently censored internet services, but needed one today.
Turkish law forces PayPal to suspend operations in the country
It's the latest instance of Turkey taking a stance against foreign tech companies.
US carriers cover the costs for calls and texts to Belgium
It's an important olive branch in the wake of the Brussels terrorist attacks.
Anonymous takes credit for cyberattacks crippling Turkey
Turkey's hesitation in fighting ISIS supposedly made its websites fair game.