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

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February 6, 2014
Cybersecurity
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“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