Google marks Artsakh IP addresses as Armenian, but Twitter marks them as Azerbaijani

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That must be very frustrating, to live in Artsakh and to see twitter greetings in Azerbaijani, specifically when you are struggling for your freedom, and get bombed by Azerbaijani military.

I know the feeling. When I am driving in Artsakh, I tend to not open Google Maps, but use some Open Street Map software.

Because once I open google maps, then this is time to panic! Why there are Azerbaijani/Turkic locality names around? Where am I? Didn’t I get lost? Will they shoot me now? Oh, may be that’s google? But wait, then what this locality name means? Yes, I can read Latin letters, but what this locality name correspond to? Aaaaa… God save me! Please.

But openstreetmap shows a line of contact, shows Armenian locality names, and I see native homy letters. That feels safe. Everything is as it should be.

So, no, nobody can force me to use google maps, instead of OSM. (: No. Not possible. No. (:

#google #twitter #maps #osm #openstreetmap #artsakh #nkpeace #panic #dont_panic

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