Turkey approves social media legislation with new powers

Istanbul, July 29

Turkey’s parliament authorized a legislation on Wednesday that provides authorities larger energy to control social media regardless of considerations of rising censorship.

The legislation requires main social media firms equivalent to Facebook and Twitter preserve consultant workplaces in Turkey to cope with complaints in opposition to content material on their platforms. If the social media firm refuses to designate an official consultant, the laws mandates steep fines, promoting bans and bandwidth reductions. — AP

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