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Turkey: Adult-Oriented Graphic Magazine Fined for Being too Adult

The Turkish Prime Ministry's "Board for the Protection of Children from Harmful Publications" has struck again. The body, which has the power to go after publications that it deems dangerous to children, has recently imposed a $90,000 fine on Harakiri, a small adult-oriented graphic magazine, for having "a harmful influence on the moral of minors." From an article in the Bianet website:

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Turkey: Adult-Oriented Graphic Magazine Fined for Being too Adult

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