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Twitter ban lifted but Google’s Youtube still offline in Turkey

Turkey Twitter ban lifted but Google’s Youtube still offline

Following the country’s constitutional court decided it breached freedom of expression in Turkey, authorities have put a ban on Twitter each day.

Turkey’s telecom authority blocked use of the social networking website in March when customers spread accusations of government corruption around the community.

Turkey Twitter ban lifted but Google's Youtube still offline

Turkey Twitter ban lifted but Google’s Youtube still offline

In Ankara, the judgment was accepted by many.

‘‘This is excellent news. The Twitter bar was a violation of independence. Everyone was prevented from linking using the world. I’m happy that Twitter is back.’‘ one-man said.

These sentiments were echoed by another Ankara person.

‘‘The ban was a shame for that nation and fortunately it’s raised. This can be a good action when it comes to people’s, cultural liberties and personal liberties to information,’‘ he explained.

After it had been added within the run-up to local elections the federal government ban started large-scale protests across Turkey. But many Turks discovered methods for circumventing the stop, despite Primary Minister’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s promise to ‘Wipe Out Twitter’.

Google’s video-sharing site facebook, that was also banned alongside Twitter, remains offline in the country.

Turkey’s Twitter ban ruled unconstitutional by the country’s top court

Turkey’s Twitter ban ruled unconstitutional by the country’s top court

Turkey’s Twitter ban ruled unconstitutional by the country’s top court

The stop on Twitter by Turkey’s government which caused a global uproar continues to be ruled a violation of freedom of expression from the country’s constitutional court.

Since a nearby court-ordered it to be raised last week your decision may be the most critical legal challenge for the bar.

Outstanding appropriate educational Kerem Altiparm and both main opposition party requested the court judgment.

“Our hope is they’ll apply the reasoning and the rule of law will prevail. If not we shall consider heading towards the criminal court or we are able to repeat our software for the constitutional court or other choice may be considered,” said Altiparm.

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan blocked facebook and the microblogging system in front of local elections which his AKP decisively won on Sunday

Regardless of the regional court’s judgment the bar has remained in position.

Erdogan’s actions followed a stream of anonymously published audio tape purporting to expose corruption in his inner-circle days in front of the poll.

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