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YouTube removes Erdoğan aide’s video for violating ‘hate speech’ rules

YouTube, one of the most visited websites in Turkey, has removed a video of a speech by Turkish Presidential Communications Director Fahrettin Altun during...

Turkey’s interior minister files complaint against mafia boss, demands investigation

Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has demanded an investigation into allegations raised by a notorious mafia boss about him and filed a criminal complaint...

Turkey punishes Twitter, Pinterest over new ‘censorship’ law

Turkey on Tuesday hit Twitter, Pinterest and Periscope with advertising bans after they failed to follow Facebook and appoint a local representative to take...

Facebook jumps on bandwagon to appoint local representative to Turkey

Facebook -- the most-visited website in Turkey -- following in the footsteps of social media giants like popular video-sharing website YouTube, has decided to...

Erdoğan’s censorship now targeting media outlets in Europe

Cevheri Güven Bold Medya, a YouTube channel run by the German-based International Journalists Association eV (IJA), was shut down due to efforts exerted by the...

Pro-government company commercial receives record number of dislikes on YouTube

A commercial posted by the pro-government Cengiz Holding on YouTube has attracted a record number of 40,000 dislikes in a show of public disapproval...

Erdoğan breaks YouTube’s resistance

A collective resistance put up by social media platforms against Turkey’s new law entailing heavy online censorship has been broken as a statement by...

YouTube to appoint local representative to Turkey in compliance with controversial law

In an apparent surrender to the Turkish government, which requires giant social media companies to appoint local representatives to Turkey, the popular video sharing...

Social media giants slapped with second hefty fine under controversial law

Turkey has again imposed fines, this time in the amount of TL 30 million ($3.8 million) each, on social media giants such as Facebook,...

Turkey fines social media giants for second time as they refuse to observe controversial law: report

Turkey has again imposed fines, this time TL 30 million ($3.8 million) each, on social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for...

Turkey fines social media giants for not complying with controversial law

Turkey has imposed fines of TL 10 million ($1.17 million) each on social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for failing to...

Restrictive social media regulations enter into force in Turkey

Turkey’s new regulations regulating social media took effect on October 1, with tighter restrictions and control over platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube...

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