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Turkey passes law to regulate social media content (www.neweurope.eu)

The Turkish parliament passed on Wednesday a controversial bill, which gives the government greater control of social media, sparking concerns about freedom of expression in the country. Under the new bill, social media giants with over one million users a day, such as Facebook and Twitter, will

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