て After more than two and a half years,Wikipedia seems to be back in Turkey.Wikipedia, a popular online encyclopedia,For "organized slandering" against the countryIt was banned in April 2017 after the Turkish government criticized the site.
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The Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Turkey, ruled in December 2019 that the ban was unconstitutional, and the revival of Wikipedia's 19th anniversary was realized, strangely.
Turkey has banned YouTube and Twitter so far, but both bans have been dismissed by the Constitutional Court. In 2018, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to ban the iPhone and other electronic devices offered by US companies.
"I'm very happy to reconnect with the Turkish people," said Katherine Maher, executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation, which runs Wikipedia, in a blog post announcing the return of Wikipedia in the country.
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