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Turkey's highest court says the country's two year ban on wikipedia is unconstitutional the B. B. C.'s Danny Everhart reports the ruling is a significant victory for the wikimedia foundation which to challenge the ban both in Turkey and the European Court of human rights it said it strongly opposed both censorship or threats leading to self censorship the anchor based Constitutional Court said the band had indeed violated rights concerning freedom of expression and ordered it to be