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TURKEY: Fight against “immoral” social media is now personal for Erdogan

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President Tayyip Erdogan’s renewed threat to severely restrict social media platforms comes amid growing signs that his popular support is in long-term decline, particularly among young voters. Legislation requiring social media companies to establish a legal presence in the country is expected be introduced before the start of parliament’s summer recess on 15 July. On 1 July, Erdogan vowed to crack down on YouTube, Twitter and Netflix, which he characterized as being “uncontrolled”, blaming them for what he described as “rising immorality” in Turkey. He singled out Twitte
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