Access to social media cut in Turkey after Ankara terror attack

An Ankara court has decided to shut access to social media, including Fecebook and Twitter in Turkey, after the terror attack in the Turkish capital on March 13, killing at least 34 people.The Gölbaşı Penal Court of Peace justified the decision saying that people were sharing photos related to the attack, which also wounded at least 125. .

Access to social media cut in Turkey after Ankara terror attack

An Ankara court has decided to shut access to social media, including Fecebook and Twitter in Turkey, after the terror attack in the Turkish capital on March 13, killing at least 34 people.The Gölbaşı Penal Court of Peace justified the decision saying that people were sharing photos related to the attack, which also wounded at least 125. .

14 Mart 2016 Pazartesi 06:00
Access to social media cut in Turkey after Ankara terror attack

An Ankara court has decided to shut access to social media, including Fecebook and Twitter in Turkey, after the terror attack in the Turkish capital on March 13, killing at least 34 people.

The Gölbaşı Penal Court of Peace justified the decision saying that people were sharing photos related to the attack, which also wounded at least 125.

 

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