Opinion | Turkey’s Internet Crackdown - The New York Times

New law reinforces Turkish government’s control of the Mar 27, 2018 Opinion | Turkey’s Internet Crackdown - The New York Times Feb 22, 2014 Turkey threatens to block social media sites in ‘draconian Turkey threatens to block social media sites in ‘draconian’ new law Legislation would require Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to comply with stringent conditions or face bandwidth squeeze Law Proposal on Social Networks - Lexology

Turkey's internet law following nebulous drafting process

A Turkish Law Raises Questions About Government and the Turkey’s main business alliance also has called for the law’s cancellation. Last month, President Gul noted the importance of freedom of the Internet, especially social media. However, he is

Gul Signs Turkey Internet Law Showing He’s No Erdogan

A law passed by Turkey’s parliament Wednesday gives the government extensive new controls over the Internet amid a growing corruption scandal, leading critics to cry foul over curtailed freedoms Oct 22, 2019 · The incursion, Turkey claimed, was justified by “the right of self-defense as outlined in Article 51 of the UN Charter, to counter the imminent terrorist threat, to ensure Turkey’s border Feb 23, 2014 · Turkey protests over internet law Jump to media player Turkish police have used tear gas and water cannon to disperse hundreds of protesters in Istanbul and Ankara. 19 Jan 14 Facebook Mar 27, 2018 · The Internet is already highly censored in Turkey. Legislation passed in recent years has repeatedly extended the powers of the authorities to block websites without reference to a judge . Aside from the leading outspoken Turkish news websites, the authorities have repeatedly blocked Twitter and YouTube , while Wikipedia continues to be Turkey's crackdown on the internet raises "serious concerns" and "needs to be revised in line with European standards," the European Commission has said. The commission's spokesman on enlargement, Peter Stano, on Thursday (6 February) noted that the new regime “would lead to a further reduction in internet freedom.”