Political Risk

Turkish law lets government block websites and seize personal data without a court order

“The Turkish government this week passed strict new legislation that makes it easier for authorities to shut down websites and access personal data, in what is widely seen as a move to strengthen internet censorship and surveillance at a time of heightened political tensions. The bill was passed late Wednesday by the Turkish Parliament and is expected to be signed into law by President Abdullah Gul.”

Source:Turkish law lets government block websites and seize personal data without a court order | The Verge

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