Turkish Parliament Approves New Law Clamping Down On Social Media

This Wednesday the Turkish parliament ratified a bill, proposed by the AKP-MHP regime, that will give the state greater powers to restrict social media. The legislation comes as the Erdoğan government faces growing protests both online and in the streets. With the amendment, social media companies with more than one million users must appoint a … Read more

Inside the Turkish State’s Twitter Propaganda Network

Recent investigations by the social media company Twitter have revealed the extent of the Turkish regime’s use of social media to manufacture consent and spread propaganda. Twitter discovered a network of 7,340 pro-regime accounts which appear to have been run directly by the state in an effort to simulate popular support for the AKP-MHP government. … Read more