The Trades application in turkey was shut down due to meta problems with the FTC!

The Threads application in turkey was shut down due to meta problems with the FTC!

Meta shuts down Threads in Turkey due to regulatory issues, thread suspension is temporary to comply with Turkish Competition Authority, users in Turkey can download content from their account before deletion.


Meta, formerly known as Facebook, is facing another regulatory challenge. Headquartered in Menlo Park, the company has announced that it will soon stop its Threads service in Turkey.

Meta said the suspension was "temporary" to comply with an interim request from Turkey's Competition Authority (TCA), or Rekabet Kurumu. The TCA has imposed a blanket ban on data exchange between Threads and Instagram, an operation required if you want to access Threads.


The closure of the activities will start on April 29. Meta has not announced an exact date for the end of the suspension.


Threads, often referred to as the "Twitter killer", was criticized at the time of its release by Meta for not allowing non-Instagram users to access Threads, which requires linking to Instagram accounts.


Meta said the suspension was "temporary" to comply with an interim request from Turkey's Competition Authority (TCA), or Rekabet Kurumu. The TCA has imposed a blanket ban on data exchange between Threads and Instagram, an operation required if you want to access Threads.


The closure of the activities will start on April 29. Meta has not announced an exact date for the end of the suspension.


Threads, often referred to as the "Twitter killer", was criticized at the time of its release by Meta for not allowing non-Instagram users to access Threads, which requires linking to Instagram accounts.

This rule has been removed, but still, Meta will only allow you to see Threads' content without being able to interact with it if you don't connect your Instagram account.


However, Meta has promised that there will be no disruption to its other services, such as Instagram and WhatsApp, following the announcement.