Facebook announced on Monday that it has decided to assign a legal entity in Turkey to serve as local representative in compliance with the Turkish Social Media Law.
US-based social media platform LinkedIn also announced its decision on Saturday to appoint an in-country representative in Turkey.
Turkey’s recently amended Internet Law No. 5651 came into effect on Oct. 1, requiring social media platforms accessed over 1 million times per day in the country to hire local representatives.
Source: Republic of Turkey Investment Office
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