Just of recent we got to hear about Turkish government placing ban on Twitter's operation within it's territory, and now it's YouTube's turn. The Turkish Government has also blocked Access to YouTube on March 27. This happened as a result of an Anonymous user uploading 15 videos of leaked government meetings on military actions.
YouTube has taken legal steps by lodging an official complaint in the Turkish Constitutional Court regarding the website's ban throughout the country.
YouTube lawyer Gönenç Gürkaynak has filed a lawsuit in the Administrative 4th Court of Ankara, the nation's capital, according to the Hurriyet Daily News. The lawsuit demands that the government cancel its ban.