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Turkey’s new ‘disinformation’ law yet another attack on free speech, critics say

The Turkish parliament on Thursday approved the “disinformation” law, which cements the government’s already-firm grip on social media platforms and news websites while criminalizing...

Erdoğan aide accuses Reuters of publishing fake news about gov’t-media relations

Turkey’s presidential communications director, Fahrettin Altun, has accused Reuters news agency of publishing misleading and fake news in a special report the agency published...

Turkish parliamentary committee approves bill tightening control of social media

The Turkish Parliament's Justice Committee has approved a draft social media law that stipulates sanctions, including a prison sentence of up to three years,...

49 percent of Turks say they are exposed to fake news: report

Forty-nine percent of the Turkish public thinks they are exposed to fake news, with Turkey heading a list of countries whose citizens claim they...

Court bans access to Gülen’s YouTube video after he reveals assassinations could be blamed on him

An İstanbul court on Tuesday banned access to several YouTube videos by US-based Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, including one published on Sunday in...

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