John D. Rockefeller founded Standard Oil and served as its president for 29 years. He was one of the richest businessmen of all time. He lived for almost a century until the age of 98. Rockefeller was a highly engaged reader of the New York Times. However, the bad news in the newspaper demoralized him,
The new draft bill that stipulates changes in the Press Law, Criminal Code and Internet law, which the journalists called the “censorship law” and the ruling party “the law of disinformation”, was accepted by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) votes on the night of 13 October, after highly
On the day when the contentious draft bill that stipulates amendments in the numerous laws such as press law, internet law and criminal code which was dubbed as “Censorship Law” by the opposition and “Disinformation Law” by the ruling block, voted at the parliament on October 13, a banner was circulating in the social media.
Above, you see 11 national-level journalism and press associations together at Ankara’s Ulus Square on June 22 making a statement to the press. It may seem like a regular demonstration to you, not meaning much. But it certainly does mean a lot to those who have some familiarity with the Turkish political scene, where the