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Turkey blocks access to Twitter
Turkey has a Twitter blockade imposed after the prime minister of the country, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, would mean that he would “exterminate.” Twitter said The blockade was established by order of several courts after Twitter would have to remove. Certain links denied
The blockade was set Thursday. “We have a court order. Twitter We row out.” Erdogan said during his election campaign , according to the Turkish newspaper Hürriyet, “I do not care what the international community says. Everyone will have the power of the Turkish Republic behold.”
In a press statement after the government clarified that Twitter had ignored. Several court orders removal of “certain links” “Technically, there is no option other than to block to protect our citizens. Accessing” All providers of the country have succeeded to the command block.
Erdogan seems to have used a recent controversial law writes Mashable that the telecom authority of the country gives the right to exclude on the basis of privacy breaches. off websites In recent months, Erdogan would have threatened to block. Facebook and YouTube In the past, citizens of Turkey has been denied regular access to YouTube and other Internet services.Viewing:-201
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