Mobile telecommunications

Taxisnet key now provided online via video conference

Taxpayers will now be able to talk to an Independent Authority for Public Revenue officer via teleconference and get a username and password to use the tax authorities' Taxisnet website, including for the submission of tax declarations. More services will soon become available via video conference, the Digital Governance Ministry and IAPR announced on Thursday.

Operators to offer free internet on mobiles during Ramadan

Turkey's mobile telephone users will enjoy 1-gigabyte data of free internet during the holy month of Ramadan, the country's transport and infrastructure minister has announced.

The government has made the necessary arrangement for free internet access with the mobile phone operators, Adil Karaismailoğlu said.

‘Vox Populi’: How Serbian Tabloids and Twitter Bots Joined Forces

The tweets were often presented as supporting evidence of the unpopularity of Vucic's opponents; others were picked up by both Serbian and Russian media as proof of the popularity of Russian President Vladimir Putin at the time of his red-carpet visit to the Serbian capital, Belgrade, in January 2019.

Requests to break curfew ranged between 1.3-1.8 mln per day in March 23-26

The number of text messages sent by people in Greece who want to leave their houses during the lockdown measures put in place to halt the spread of the new coronavirus ranged between 1.3 and 1.8 million per day from March 23, when the system was introduced, to March 26, authorities said.

The numbers do not include messages that were either in the wrong format or rejected.