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Just a week ago the Turkish government led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, blocked the access to YouTube. Citizens of Turkey is unable to attend the largest video portal in the world today when it became clear that a local court has ruled that a national ban on YouTube should be repealed. The decision comes after March 31 was canceled and the ban on access to Twitter, because of “violation of freedom of speech.”

Now the Turkish telecommunications authorities should remove the blockade, although the court ruled that the 15 videos on the site with incriminating records will remain outside the state. Root cause of the blockade of Twitter and YouTube by the Turkish authorities revolves around expired records that appeared on a video sharing site and spread through social networks. Records implicate Prime Minister Erdogan and those in his circle, in a corruption scandal, and also show that he drives his son to get rid of a large amount of money. Erdogan claimed that the records were falsified, and this is a conspiracy against him and so he has done everything possible to root access.

In the case records and of a high level of security with respect to Syria, who appeared in the day that YouTube was blocked. Although Erdogan is unlikely to agree to the decision of the court, he does not have much choice but to comply.

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