We invite correspondence, press inquiries, requests for comment or technical commentary. And in cases where we can’t help out, we’ll try to get you in touch with someone in the community who can. You might like to first learn more about our methodology for identifying and validating reports of internet censorship to get an idea of how things work.

Email the Turkey Blocks Team
We aim to respond to all correspondence and invite press inquiries, requests for comment or technical commentary: contact@turkeyblocks.org
Follow @TurkeyBlocks on Twitter
We publish breaking news alerts and updates on the Turkey Blocks Twitter account but you might not always get a reply via our social media accounts. Use email if you need a reliable way to get in touch.
Like @TurkeyBlocks on Facebook
We only publish longform posts and announcements on the Turkey Blocks Facebook account. Prefer email if you need a reliable way to get in touch.

In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, we pledge to make participation in our project and our community a harassment-free experience through our code of conduct which applies to all contributors and team members.

Turkey Blocks, as a policy, does not endorsing specific circumvention tools or technology products. We can’t always help verify individual reports of blocked websites or social media accounts but we’ll evaluate all suggestions.

PGP / GPG secure email

Our PGP encryption key with the fingerprint below is available on public key servers:

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uid       [ultimate] Turkey Blocks <contact@turkeyblocks.org>
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