Turkish telecoms authority moves against YouTube after Twitter ban

By REUTERS
March 27, 2014 17:04

 
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ISTANBUL - The Turkish telecoms authority TIB said on Thursday it had taken an "administrative measure" against YouTube, a week after it blocked access to microblogging site Twitter.

TIB did not give further details on the move.

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