The Turkish authorities have lifted a ban on Twitter following Wednesday's court ruling, according to media reports.
The court had told the country's telecommunication authorities
(TBI) the two-week-old ban must be lifted as it was a breach
of freedom of expression.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan had vowed to "wipe
out Twitter" after users spread allegations of corruption.
Twitter's public policy team welcomed the Turkish court
ruling, and said "we hope to have Twitter access restored in
Turkey soon". The court told Turkey's telecommunication
authority (TIB) to act on the ruling.
Following the Twitter ban the Turkish government also banned
access to YouTube, after a video on the website appeared to
reveal top officials discussing how to stage an undercover
attack inside Syria.