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Erdogdu v. Turkey

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By concluding that the applicant editor had provided the author of an article with a platform for inciting violence and hatred, the Turkish national authorities had not taken sufficient account of the freedom of the press or the right of the public to have access to a different perspective on the Kurdish problem. Moreover, a ban which forced an editor to refrain from publishing any article which could be considered contrary to the interests of the State, meant that only ideas that were generally accepted, that were welcome or regarded as inoffensive or neutral could be expressed, and was also excessive and contrary to freedom of expression.


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