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Iran:Government Bans Fast Internet

According to media, service providers have been told to restrict online speeds to 128 kilobytes a second and been forbidden from offering fast broadband packages. A teenage blogger, Kourosh Ziabary wrote an open letter in his blog to Minister of Communication and criticised government on this subject [Fa].

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  • […] 在GVO那里看到Iran政府限制上网速度。 Iran’s Islamic government has opened a new front in its drive to stifle domestic political dissent and combat the influence of western culture – by banning high-speed internet links. […]

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