Turkey's twitter ban unsuccessful
"Twitter and so on, we will root them out. The international community can say this or that -- I don't care. They will see the power of the Turkish Republic," said Erdogan Thursday.
Not long after the government shut down Twitter in the country, Turkey's 10 million Twitter users fought back. Using different DNS's and VPNs, they quickly took to Twitter and called the ban "groundless" and "futile." Twitter also tweeted to their Turkish users how to get around the block using text messages. Wikileakseven created a step-by-step video on how to change the DNS on an iPhone so people could tweet from their mobile device.