ONI releases new survey of Internet filtering and surveillance in Iran

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Last week, as Iranian voters went to the polls to elect the country's next president, the Iranian government blocked access to number of political Web sites, as well as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

Yesterday the OpenNet Initiative profiled the extent of this crackdown. Today we are releasing a new survey of Internet filtering and online content controls in Iran, which details the most recent instances of censorship and provides a basic framework for understanding the legal, technical and institutional mechanisms of filtering in Iran.

Yuri Mizyuk

I see that the government of Iran want to close his people and isolate it from the world as in former Soviet Union. It can create lots of problems connected with migration, information etc. Maybe, the government realize that the perspectives are very bad for their country and they should close all the mass-media before it became popular.

Yuri Mizyuk

i prop..

i prop up all off iran people. It can create lots of problems connected with migration, information çizgi film izle etc. Maybe, the government realize köpekler that the perspectives are very bad for their country and they reklam ajanslar? should close all the mass-media before it became popular.

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