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Google says Turkey is intercepting web traffic to spy on users

31
Mar
2014

Turkeys decision to block access to popular websites has prompted many citizens to evade the ban using Googles domain name service. Now Google reports that most Turkish internet service providers are masquerading as Google DNS, presumably to spy on users. The move comes a week after reports emerged that Turkey had begun blocking access to Google DNS. We have received several credible reports and confirmed with our own research that Googles Domain Name System (DNS) service has been intercepted, Google said in a blog post.

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