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Quoted in Arab News for Twitter’s removal of AKP related Twitter bots

Erkan Saka, a communications professor at Istanbul Bilgi University, said troll discourse was mostly produced by AKP-related columnists and the country’s politicians and bureaucrats.
“Bots help in disseminating the discourse but they are not particularly efficient,” he told Arab News. “In that sense, I find this move better than nothing, but too late and not very effective.” The whole story here
And I had a Youtube chat at Ahval News (in Turkish):
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In May, Turkey’s Presidential Complex published its Guidebook for Social Media Use: 161 pages that lay out the ‘correct, healthy and secure use’ of social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Fahrettin Altun, the head of media

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By Twitter Safety Friday, 12 June 2020 Today we are disclosing 32,242 accounts to our archive of state-linked information operations — the only one of its kind in the industry. The account sets we’re publishing to the archive today include

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