Turkey Adopts Bill to Block Websites


Turkey’s Parliament voted to empower authorities to censor the Internet at will, a move intended to silence dissent in a way many warn would turn the clock back on the country’s democracy. Turkey’s Parliament approved on a show of hands the legislation that would allow its telecommunications authority to block websites without a prior court decision.

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