Turkey increases control of Internet

Turkish President Abdullah Gul approved a new law Tuesday which critics said aims to increase government controls over the Internet.
The legislation, approved by Parliament earlier this month, allows the telecommunications authority to block websites without a court decision. It also requires Internet providers to keep records of users’ activities for two years and make them available to authorities.
The move is seen by critics of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan’s critics as an authoritarian response to acorruption inquiry shaking his government and a bid to stop leaks from circulating online.

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