The Turkish CNN before seeing how the army blocked the country’s communications, was able to get in touch with the president of the country through a call through FaceTime, through which he called for all citizens and political parties to take to the streets to try to stop the coup d’etat, a coup that fortunately ended thanks in part to the citizen movement and the police, as I said earlier. Shortly after the broadcast of this interview the army interrupted the communications of this television network.
Apple has announced that in the coming days and until things calm down a bit more, the country’s Apple Stores will remain closed. For now FaceTime has never been blocked in the country every time the government faces citizen revolts, very common despite having voted again to Erdogan. When these types of revolts begin, the first thing the government does is block communications from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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