Turkey: Amendments to law on social media pose grave threat to freedom of expression online
Amnesty International is alarmed that far-reaching amendments to the law regulating social media pose a grave threat to freedom of expression online. The amendments, seen by our organization, exacerbate risks to those who are already ruthlessly targeted by the authorities for expressing dissenting opinions online.
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