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Turkey moves to oversee all online content, raises concerns over censorship

Reuters Thursday, 1 August 2019
Turkey on Thursday granted its radio and television watchdog sweeping oversight over all online content, including streaming platforms like Netflix and online news outlets, in a move that raised concerns over possible censorship.
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