Turkish court threatens Facebook with blockade




A Turkish court has threatened to block Facebook in the country as the social network several pages according to the court, the Prophet Muhammad offend not remove. It is unknown whether Facebook responds to the requirement of the court.

Facebook Logo Facebook has not yet responded to the ruling, reports Reuters, which relies upon its publication on news of the Turkish TRT. The blockade will follow according to the Turkish prosecutor as Facebook conscious pages, which are intended to insult the Prophet Muhammad, according to the prosecutor, do not delete. Islam is the religion of the majority of the people and the government of the secular state.

It would not be the first time that social media blocked in Turkey. Last year could not tweeting users in Turkey and YouTube is blocked been. It is unknown how Facebook will respond, but frontman Mark Zuckerberg spoke earlier this month after the attacks in Paris strongly against censorship.


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