Can you imagine a country without the major social networks?
The shutdown is accepted to be associated with the overnight confinement of 11 Members of Parliament having a place with the genius Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in the for the most part Kurdish southeast. Salon reports that in the wake of a fizzled upset in July to topple the conservative President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, resistance legislators have cautioned that the country's dictator pioneer is executing a moderate movement counter-overthrow, rebuilding the whole government and bypassing vote based system.
Sadly, this is hardly the first time the Turkish government has resorted to blocking internet services in times of strife. Only last month, it blacked out Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive and GitHub in an attempt to suppress the leak of emails belonging to the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Berat Albayrak.