Twitter: the vast majority of account removal requests came from Turkey

The last transparency report published by Twitter revealed that Turkey is responsible for more than half of the content removal requests received from governments. From July to December 2017, Turkey submitted 4294 requests which represent approximately 65% of the worldwide requests. Out of the 6544 reported accounts, Twitter removed 2157 for violating its terms of services on the account of covering terrorism, impersonation, and abusive behavior and withheld content in 3% of these cases. Also, out of the 58 verified journalists and news outlets accounts that were subject to legal demands by Turkey, only one account was withheld for violating the Turkish anti-terror law.