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Twitter and YouTube have both been blocked again in Turkey. Reuters reports that the move is the result of a court decision based on complaints from individuals. It quotes a source in the country’s telecoms industry. Access to both services has been blocked in Turkey before. In March 2014, they were rendered inaccessible after audio recordings were posted that were said to feature evidence of government corruption. In that case, Twitter took to the courts to get the ban lifted. Earlier this year, those same courts ordered Facebook to censor pages judged to be insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. This time…

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