Turkey's new social media regulations require social media platforms with more than one million unique daily users to appoint representatives who can handle court orders to take down offending content within 48 hours.
The social media giant's decision to suspend US President Donald Trump's Twitter account following the storming of the US Capitol by his supporters has triggered a debate on free speech and monopoly of public discourse.
Under the new law, social media giants such as Facebook and Twitter will be required to designate representatives for investigations and legal proceedings relating to offences on their platforms.
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