March 21, 2014
The little blue bird no longer says a peep in Turkey. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan promised at a rally to end Twitter and other social networks. Yes, although Turkey is a democratic country, the protests against the current government are continuous and the information on social networks of corruption that exists around the prime minister and his ministers and henchmen have just been charged in the form of censorship.
Turkey has blocked access to Twitter during the afternoon of Thursday, March 20. All users in Turkey connected through an ISP in the country will not be able to access the Twitter website or any of its applications since it is blocked by an order from the government. Which is curious, at the same rally where it was said that Twitter was going to be blocked, the prime minister’s communication team was publishing on his Twitter profile, which already has more than 4 million followers.
via Turkey blocks Twitter and threatens other social networks – FayerWayer.
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