Turkey, blocked the Google Dns

PTurkey is to intercept and block the servers of Google Domain Name System (Dns) that connect the textual address of a web site (like twitter.com) to their corresponding numerical address (Ip), to monitor users. The Californian giant writes on his blog. The Dns to Big G service could have been implemented to prevent Turkish nationals to override the veto imposed on sites like YouTube and Twitter. The risk for users of being spied on./PPThe Mountain View company, said that it had received confirmation that the Dns service is “intercepted” by the majority of Internet service providers. “As if someone had changed the phone numbers in your phone book”, writes the Google engineer Steven Carstensen.

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