First time accepted submitter maratumba writes to explain a bill in Turkey that extends what are already hefty Internet curbs
in place under a controversial 2007 law that Earned Turkey equal ranking with China as the world's biggest web censor according to a Google Transparency report
published in December. The text notably permits a government agency, the Telecommunications Communications Presidency (TIB), to block Access to websites without court authorization if they are deemed to violate privacy or with content Seen as 'insulting.' Erdogan, Turkey's all-powerful leader since 2003, is openly suspicious of the Internet, branding Twitter a 'menace
' for being Utilized in organisation of mass nationwide protests in June in which six people died and thousands were injured."