Turkish Court orders to end to YouTube ban

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Turkish Court orders to end to YouTube ban? Not sure with below remarks and we would like to hope best for it and keep n eye on this what will be next on Turkish Court Order on YouTube ban.

Turkey’s Twitter ban may have come to an end, but the country’s block on YouTube remains persistent. In the latest development to this censorship saga, Reuters reports that a court in the Turkish capital has declared the YouTube situation a human rights violation, and instructed that the block be removed. Well, almost, as the court did state 15 specific videos could stay restricted, but that a blanket ban was unnecessary. The ruling tipped its hat to a similar decision from Turkey’s Constitutional Court, which previously declared the Twitter lockdown a violation of free speech. Regardless of this official order, it’s still up to the powers that be to do the unbanning, but we doubt they’ll be up for bearing the pressure to do so much longer. If certain politically sensitive videos stay unavailable when that happens, though then the Turkish Prime Minister and Co. has kind of won anyway, Wednesday.

This is what happed Last Week on Youtube ban in Turkey

The state telecoms authority on March 27 blocked access to YouTube, Google’s video-sharing site, after anonymously leaked audio recordings appeared there purportedly of senior officials discussing a possible attack on Syria ahead of an election.

Techy World – Thought About this News

Youtube is been a Great Media Streaming website and its has lots of positive outputs which should be majorly should be notable to all of the world and I would like which Turkey’s Court must keep in mind before finalizing the result from there end.

Somehow I don’t want a single decision from a country court create a bad impression and a impact to all others countries in this world. This world is united and it should be like that for future as well and each and every good creation/ invention like YouTube should be there till last.


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