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Legal News
31 May 2014
by William Helbling

[JURIST] The Constitutional Court of Turkey [official website] on Tuesday ruled that a previous decision to ban Youtube [corporate website] violated users' freedom of speech rights. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan [BBC profile] had imposed the ban on YouTube and Twitter [JURIST report] after illicit recordings of top security talks … [read more]

Legal News
10 Apr 2014
by Amy Mathieu

Turkish government reinforced their ban of YouTube [corporate website] on Thursday, despite a Constitutional Court [official website, in Turkish] ruling [JURIST report] last week that the ban was unlawful. The Information and Communications Technologies Authority (BTK) [official website] said [Reuters report] in a statement that the government measures blocking the … [read more]

Student Commentary
10 Apr 2012

JURIST Guest Columnist Dmytro Vorobey is an LL.M. Candidate at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and has interned at the district prosecutor's office and the district court in Novomoskovsk, Ukraine. In the second entry of a 14-part series from the LL.M. students of the University of Pittsburgh School … [read more]

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