Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A former prime minister from the 1990s was incidentally seen on the sidelines of the demonstration venue
A Turkish court ruled that it could 'repeal the ban on Twitter' as the government’s blocking of access to the social media platform did not originate from a court ruling
Twitter has taken action against the Turkish government’s blocking of access to it and hired a lawyer expert in litigations related to cyberlaw
The government has put a stamp to one of the most ineffective bans of history, as users managed to easily go around it.
PM Erdoğan's Twitter salvo has been described as 'groundless and cowardly'
Turkish users have begun to access Twitter again, but an official has denied that the block was removed
Twitter has started to remove fake accounts allegedly created in Turkey with “manipulative” political motives in recent months
A former minister filed the lawsuit that led to Turkey’s new Internet watchdog, working under the Transport Ministry, blocking Twitter
Global organizations and the international media have reacted strongly to Turkey’s decision to block Twitter
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