Whether you're the world's countries get another Internet censorship in Turkey affects every user. The internet is banned in a country because it is global and it affects the whole world.
We still feel the effects of the SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) law, which can not pass senatos in the US. The passage of SOPA from the US Senate has meant the closure of millions of websites. Many websites were closed during the SOPA process. Megaupload, one of the best known, was closed at that time. With Megaupload's shutdown, those who have their files there, those who sell through Megaupload have suffered great losses. People who understood that if they passed the SOPA, they would suffer much more damage, and they stopped the law by struggling not to go through the law.
When the SOPA design was discussed, Meshnet and similar projects coming back to the agenda were forgotten again when the draft passed. The logic of these internet alternatives that states or giants such as Google, Facebook can not follow you was really simple. Now think of network networks that have almost every office. When you combine all of these networks you will have set up a new internet. Of course, each computer had to be connected to another computer for this. These projects were forgotten due to the fact that the users could not be announced or could not be taught.
Similar projects, VPNs, Tor Browsers are also spoken during these periods when Internet luck is spoken. However, in a possible censorship, many people will not know these methods and will have a hard time connecting to the interne for a long time. A lot of these methods that are not as easy to change your DNS will lead to losses in your website revenue.
The answer is that those looking at the Tor Browser are likely to be pro-censors when they face the dark side of the internet. Deep Web is not indexed by our search engines, it is shared on social networks (a) The door to a world filled with minerals Tor Browser. From child porn, hired killer to sites where you can hold all kinds of disgusting content to stay together with these stacks of "wikipedia" will try to reach.
Facebook is at the forefront of sites that will be most affected by possible internet censorship. There are 800 million members of Tencent QQ in China due to the ban on Facebook. WeQhat, owner of giant networks like Tencent Weibo, QQ, we can say that it is standing due to the Facebook ban. But Facebook is working on a project that will solve this problem from the ground up. The process that started with the acquisition of internet.org last year has begun to mature gradually. Defining itself as "a global partnership dedicated to providing internet access to the two thirds of the world, which is not yet connected to the Internet," internet.org's main goal is to provide the world with free and uncensored Internet.
She works on Google on the internet.org project launched by giants like Facebook, Nokia, Opera, Ericsson, Mediatek, Samsung and Qualcomm. After completing legal and software infrastructures, internet.org will connect all internets with Facebook and Google. Although no exact date or method has yet been disclosed for this, the assumption is that a plug-in will be installed on each computer and that all computers will connect to each other in this way. So we will connect internete via localhost instead of web. The risks that such an Internet will bring are not small at all. We will take the key to the Internet from the state and give it to several global companies. The Internet.org solution does not seem to be an appropriate solution either.
The only solution to Internet censorship is going unconscious. With the awareness of both users and administrators, we can talk about free internet. At this point there is a balance that must be accepted on both sides. The internet should not be a place where everybody can write everybody's mind, a place where every site is blocked.