Rulers more interested in saving the image- more than 300 sites along with the popular Ekşi Sözlük banned

The Turkish government creates another hero. Ekşi Sözlük has long left caring about the users. Most of its early community features disappeared recently. It is a very commercial site but still on the opposition side, and some Aktrolls consistently targeted the site despite increasing concessions. The ban will probably last for a while, but I expect the site will return soon.

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