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March 27, 2014 AT 6:42 AM
YouTube is the latest victim in Turkey’s ongoing assault on social media. This comes one week after Turkey revoked access to Twitter within its borders. YouTube’s blockage was feared earlier this week after Google refused to remove videos alleging government corruption. Turkey then took moves to stop backdoor access to Twitter, by blocking access to Google DNS. Since being blocked in the country, Twitter filed petitions for lawsuits in a number of Turkish courts after working with its Turkish attorney over the course of the past few days.