Pirate Party of Turkey
|Status:||Active, but not registered.|
|Slogan:||Özgür İnternet, Özgür Yaşam!|
|Chairmans:||Basak Tuncer, Serhat Koc|
The Korsan Partisi (abbrevation: Korsanlar) is the pirate party of Turkey.
Civil Rights and Liberties
Pirate Party of Turkey (PPTR) favors the civil right to information privacy and reforms of copyright, education, computer science and genetic patents. PPTR promotes in particular an enhanced transparency of government. PPTR is a community existed to defend the internet as a realm unrestricted and free of phishing. For global, free and open internet, The PPTR will keep on organizing and supporting protests against the mechanisms of censor, and mechanisms which help to control and trace online privacy.
According to PPTR, civil disobediance movements located on the internet, tries to attract the attention about the concerns and priorities about the fundamental rights and freedoms. The PPTR supports freedom of expression with regard to the to basic ideas, arguments and intellectual viewpoints are motivated by the concept of freedom of information. PPTR is impartial, independent and does not include any form of hierarchy and existed through the motive of “defending freedoms”.
Transparency of Politic
The Pirate Party Turkey (PPTR) (Turkish: Türkiye Korsan Partisi) is a not yet officially formed political party movement in Turkey. PPTR is not supported neither financially nor physically by any form of institutions, foundations. PPTR’s actions performed by single persons who are not “satisfied” with the announcements and explanations of BTK and TIB (the instituions operating the censor mechanisms) and also who tries to tell the world their positions against censorship. PPTR thinks that more transparency reduce the corruption. Politicians shut be bettter controlled by the people. All transparency ends there where the privacy starts.
The party opposes the dismantlement of civil rights especially on the Internet and other means of communication. The Party also oppeses Turkey’s view on Internet censorship and various measures of surveillance of citizens. The PPTR supports freedom of expression on Internet.
The PPTR supports freedom of expression with regard to the to basic ideas, arguments and intellectual viewpoints are motivated by the concept of freedom of information. PPTR is impartial, independent and does not include any form of hierarchy and existed through the motive of “defending freedoms”. Thecensorship by government agencies will be rejected.