07 Apr '15, 5pm

Google Removes Images To Avoid Being Banned in Turkey

Turkey threatened to ban Google unless it removed links to images of a prosecutor being held at gunpoint. The images were taken last week in a siege at an Istanbul courthouse when two gunmen took the prosecutor hostage. All three died during a rescue attempt. The threatened ban on Google was lifted after the search giant removed links to sites hosting the pictures. Turkish authorities briefly cut off several social networks in a bid to stop images circulating. Wide circulation On 6 April, a Turkish court ordered the country’s net providers to cut off access to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and more than 160 other sites that were letting people share the controversial images.

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2015/04/07/google-removes-image...

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