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JP and JZ on keeping the Net open in Turkey

John Palfrey and Jonathan Zittrain of the Berkman Center have an editorial in a Turkish newspaper arguing for keeping the Net open and free:

Turkey is among those places in the world that are facing a choice. Does one choose to embrace the innovation and creativity that the Internet brings with it, albeit along with some risk of people doing and saying harmful things? Or does one start down the road of banning entire zones of the Internet, whether online Web sites or new technologies like peer-to-peer services or live videoblogging?

We admit to a clear commitment: We think that a free and open Internet is, on balance, a very good thing for democratic societies.

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