All taxicabs in Turkey’s business capital, Istanbul, will soon have internal cameras to record passengers during trips and retain the data for the use of law enforcement. Matched with a mobile app that collects phone number, GPS location data, and
The HRW has said that “there are credible grounds to believe that the men are also victims of enforced disappearance by state agents” and asked about their whereabouts.
The second key suspect in Turkey’s critical July 2016 coup attempt case, trying 486 suspects over events at the Akıncı Air Base, has denied all allegations
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected the request of Nuriye Gülmen and Semih Özakça that “the Court order the Government to release the applicants” deciding that the “applicants’ detention at the Sincan Hospital did not pose a real and imminent risk of irreparable harm to the life or limb of the applicants”.
The Daily Dot – Andrew Couts – Jul 29, 3:30 AM