Turkish court orders lifting of Twitter blockade, for now at least


Good news for Turkish Twitter(s twtr) users: an Ankara court has ordered the lifting of a blockade on the social network, according to local reports. The ban, which drew international condemnation, came in 6 days ago as Turkey’s administration tried to put the lid on a growing corruption scandal. Citizens were able to bypass it fairly easily at first, but new forms of blocks made access very difficult. According to Wednesday’s reports, the telecoms regulator that instituted the blocks may appeal the ruling, but access will need to be restored in the interim, making this a “stay of execution”.

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