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Brussels believes that Internet manipulation defies democratic system, but it is reluctant to act. This Thursday, European Commission presents a set of vague measures which, for time being, rule out a Community regulation to combat this phenomenon. The proposal calls for creation of a code of conduct that involves large ...
Eighteen locations have been identified as delivering speeds during peak times that are less than what the average Turkish internet user enjoyed in 2012, according to historical figures from internet company Akamai. NBN Co stated in an answer to a Senate estimates question that 25 cells across 18 towers ...

The new mom proved pretty unflappable when she gave birth in a hotel room on her own while on a layover in Istanbul, Turkey on March 7. Freeman, who was served in the Air Force since 2014, has found internet fame after friend Jakob Johnson revealed on Twitter that she'd delivered her baby boy during ...
ISTANBUL (AP) -- Turkish officials say dozens were slightly injured after an earthquake in southeastern Turkey. .... As a member of the DTNPF online community you can contribute to discussions, save your settings, get exclusive email alerts and access to special online sections, and read e-newsletters.
There is little doubt that the looming economic crisis pushed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to declare snap elections. Before he did so, Erdogan's political ally had already suggested an early election. Devlet Bahceli, leader of the far-right Nationalist Movement Party, said Turkey should go to the ...

Amid the recent boom in e-commerce in Turkey and an accompanying shift in advertisement to social media, Finance Minister Naci Ağbal said yesterday that all activities that bring a constant flow of income are subject to taxes. "Whether one displays ads on their own sites or earns income by shooting ...
We in Turkey can no more think of the internet as a tool for free and unlimited access to information without thinking of censorship. We have reached a point where no one finds the blocking of new websites strange, in fact they are surprised when some have not yet been blocked. Censoring the internet is a ...

According to the nongovernmental organization Freedom House, internet freedom in Turkey has steadily deteriorated, with its Freedom Net Overall Score slipping by 21 points, from 45 in 2011 to 66 in 2017, with the higher score meaning more violations. “There is no justification for Turkish authorities using ...
Oran said in a written statement that no one can prevent people from watching these TV shows in the age of the internet and with so many satellites. "A channel may be closed, but there are many media organizations that will broadcast Turkish TV series because many people like Turkish series, and Turkey ...
Upon MBC's decision, film sector representatives in Turkey immediately started discussing alternative solutions to offer TV series to their audiences in the Arab region, reported on Tuesday Turkish Sabah daily. The internet and streaming facilities could possibly replace the industries losses, suggested ...
ISTANBUL — Having already brought Turkey's mainstream media to heel, and made considerable headway in rolling back Turkish democracy, the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has set its sights on a seemingly innocuous target: a satellite television preacher named Adnan Oktar.
ISTANBUL — Having already brought Turkey's mainstream media to heel, and made considerable headway in rolling back Turkish democracy, the ... But critics say that Mr. Oktar has become a convenient trigger for the government to pursue wide-reaching restrictions on internet content and broadcasters.
The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on Turkish authorities to scrap the article of a draft bill that would expand internet censorship in Turkey. The Parliamentary Planning and Budget Commission yesterday passed article 73 of the bill, which would require online broadcasters, including YouTube and ...
ISTANBUL, Turkey - The Turkish government is looking to expand its control over the internet and social media, leading to concerns that it intends to deprive independent journalists of their last refuge – and more broadly to censor programming that differs from its own world view. A draft bill submitted to ...
However, the initial coverage with the disparaging language is still online in internet archives. Turkey has had established press laws regulating the editorial standards of journalism. Above all the legislation regulating specific issues, Turkish Radio-TV Law states that all radio and TV stations operate under ...


 

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