Medya News reports: Sensitive personal data of Turkish citizens and residents of Turkey has been compromised, according to the Free Web Turkey, a platform dedicated to combating internet censorship in the country. On Friday, the platform exposed the existence of a website called Sorgu Paneli, which allows unrestricted access to personal data such as identification numbers, names, addresses, telephone numbers and even bank account details in exchange for a free membership. Paid members can obtain even more private information, including title deeds. […] Veysel Ok, Co-Director of the Media and Law Studies Association (MLSA), emphasised the severity of the crime committed, stating that all personal data, including that of relatives, bank details, title deed information, and addresses of every resident in Turkey, had been unlawfully obtained. Read more at Medya News.