In a statement made by Twitter’s Global Government Affairs account, it was emphasized that the social media application was blocked from accessing some content in Turkey in accordance with a court decision and in order for the platform to continue its activities in Turkey.
Within the framework of our policies, we have informed the relevant account holders about these transactions. Blocked content will continue to be available in the rest of the world.
— Twitter Global Government Affairs (@GlobalAffairs) May 13, 2023
In the statement made on the page in Turkish and English, “We have blocked the access of some content in Turkey in accordance with the court decisions regarding the blocking of access to Twitter and to ensure that Twitter remains available for use in Turkey. We have informed the relevant account holders about these transactions within the framework of our policies. . Blocked content will continue to be available in the rest of the world.” statements were included.
Twitter did not provide information about the content that was blocked.