On Thursday, the Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said in duration campaign speech "we will uproot the TWitter και τα παρόμοια και δεν με ενδιαφέρει καθόλου τι θα πει η international κοινότητα. Όλοι θα αντιληφθούν την ισχύ της Τουρκικής Δημοκρατίας».
"Twitter" is one of the social means through which some recorded phone conversations of Ertogan himself and his relatives and associates.
The management company, the Twitter media Inc., announced on Thursday that looks at reports that this service has been banned in Turkey.
The company has posted a message to its services advising Twitter users in Turkey that they can send Tweets they want using text messaging through their mobile phone.
Twitter users in Turkey reported extensive breaks in the early hours of Friday, a few hours after Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to shut down their well-known platform social media medium.
Some users are trying to open the Twitter.com website but they are seeing an announcement apparently from Turkey's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TIB).
The statement cited four court rulings as a basis for blocking the site, from where some users have been recording Erdogan's own telephone conversations over the last few weeks, as well as relatives of his associates and associates.