Many popular adult content websites and platforms have been inaccessible in Turkey for years. However, users are not connected to the platform, but to the content that produces the content. “obscene phenomena” The OnlyFans they subscribed to were an exception. During the pandemic period, when internet usage and such platforms broke records in the number of users, Turkey has become a place where OnlyFans has become more and more popular.
However, this popularity brought with it the decision to block OnlyFans after a citizen reportedly complained to CIMER. While some social media users have been banned from other platforms, this decision is for OnlyFans received too late they had an argument.
It is clear that the reason for blocking the platform is not obscene content or the right to generate revenue by producing such content, but “violations of personal rights”…
The decision to block entry taken by the Justice of the Peace of Istanbul on the basis of Article 9 of Law No. 5651, researcher author Yaman Mediterranean Sea noticed. Mediterranean Sea, according to this law “There is no need to violate the personal rights of real and legal persons and institutions and organizations” made a statement. This shows that OnlyFans’ access was not blocked due to sexuality, obscenity or the income of those who produce content in this way.
Instead, it’s a citizen’s platform “Has an effect that weakens the moral values of Turkish society” And “causing negative behavior in young people” After the complaint, the decision to block is taken. However, according to Akdeniz, this complaint does not contain any content related to the violation of personal rights. In other words, although the complaint requires a different legal basis, the law, which is the reason for the blocking decision, does not reflect the reason for the complaint.
On the other hand, the judge’s decision to block “Sharing content that is inconsistent with public morals and Turkish family structure” cite as reasons. However, according to Akdeniz, the text of the published decision does not explain which content, profiles violate personal rights and freedoms based on Article 9 of Law No. 5651.
Source: Web Tekno
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