The ban comes after an audio clip apparently of senior officials discussing intervention in Syria was uploaded to the site. Prime minister Recep Erdogan described the leaking of the clip as "villanous."
The video-sharing website has come under fire for failing to identify and remove offensive videos and comments. YouTube's CEO has said the company will change that.
At the fourth World Internet Conference, Beijing celebrated its vision of "sovereign internet." Western IT CEOs have to accept this, but DW’s Frank Sieren thinks that China's cyber policy will only cause more isolation.
A summit of Islamic nations has issued a unified response to counter the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The draft declaration has also called on the US to withdraw from the Middle East peace process.
Twitter users will soon be able to post tweets of up to 280 characters. The social network hopes the change will boost engagement, and ultimately narrow the gap in it profits between it and its great rival, Facebook.
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