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    Posted March 27, 2014 by
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    On Thursday, Turkish officials blocked Youtube as part of increasing internet censorship nationwide. Last week, Twitter was banned after Prime Minister Erdoğan pledged to "eradicate" the popular social media site. Rumors of the release of further suspicious audio tapes involving the prime minister may have played a part in the nationwide Youtube ban. Erdoğan has also blasted Facebook and taken steps over the past week to block the social media site, which could very well take place over the next few days leading up to municipal elections on March 30.

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