Requests by the numbers
We receive requests from the Telecommunications Communication Presidency of the Information and Communications Technologies Authority in Turkey to remove content for allegedly violating law no. 5816 on crimes against Atatürk.
Explore requests from January to June 2015
Request: We received a court order to remove 1 Blogger post allegedly defaming the CEO of one of Turkey's largest media companies. The article links the plaintiff to a Twitter account leaking names of journalists that have been arrested for allegedly engineering a "coup d'état".
Outcome: We did not take any action.
Removal requests from January to June 2015
Total removal requests received: 433
Total items requested for removal: 1440
Compliance rates in January to June 2015
Google’s compliance rate for requests which include a court order: 26%
Google’s compliance rate for requests from government agencies or law enforcement: 28%
Reasons for removals in January to June 2015
|Reason||%||Total Removal Requests|
|Privacy and Security||16%||71|
Breakdown of all of the requests we received during the reporting period.