Infringements of Consumer Rights In Turkey

While social media in the internet have gained visibility as a tool for activism and criticism of the authorities, lawsuits against Facebook and Twitter customers have increased. Prison terms are uncommon, but the continuous authorized bullying has a chilling effect on free speech on the web. Surveil remains a vital problem amid the fallout from high level corruption scandals and intelligence leaks in 2013 and 2014, and leakages from middle-2015 disclosed that the private authorities directorate have malware products in the German firm Coughing Group. On a good note, there have been fewer cases of physical assaults against resident correspondents addressing protests, even though on-line nuisance has continued.

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