Pendar

I'm a blogger who is considering about Iran's issue.

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Iran's Intelligence Ministry listed 60 organizations as ‘soft war’ agents

  9 January 2010

Recently, a list of 60 organizations was published by Iranian ministry of intelligence with the accusation that they are active in the soft war against Islamic regime in Iran.  Any collaboration with these organizations and media outlets with ties to these organizations will be regarded as a crime and banned....

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New laws for cyber activists

  7 January 2010

Reports from Iran show that, conditions for cyber activists became much more difficult and dangerous. Recently, Iran’s prosecutor published a list about internet crimes. One of the prominent laws in this list claimed that distribution of links to circumvention tools or softwares is prohibited. It is also against the law...

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Iran: Internet senior officers will be trained to counter Internet activism

  26 November 2009

Recently, the Islamic Republic of Iran Intelligence Ministry announced that in order to counter Internet activism in Iran, senior officers will be trained. The minister of the intelligence counted internet activism as a new challenge for the regime. The minister urged that, as a result of existing contacts and collaboration between...

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Iran: Online protest during the 30th anniversary of the US embassy seizure

  7 November 2009

While Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has warned the opposition not to hold protest on 4th of November, Iranian people prepare for huge rallies against dictatorship. 4th of November marks the anniversary of US embassy seizure. 30 years ago, students grabbed the embassy, but now students have changed significantly, so...

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Iran: More attempts to control the people

  4 November 2009

These are just some of the actions that have been taken place in order to prevent Iranian Netizens from accessing the Web during the 4th of November: According to some sources from Iran, the internet speed has become too low and even when using ADSL, it is hard to open...

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Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps launch 40 IRGC’s blogs

  21 October 2009

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced that more than forty blogs have been created to struggle against IRGC’s enemies on cyber space. This action has taken place in the township of Arak,in the southwest of the Markazi province.

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Iran's Internet: Whirlpool and fear

  10 October 2009

While the world is trying to free the web, Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is going to make it much more barred. Recently, a site which is called Gerdab (Whirlpool) has been launched in order to monitor the Iranian Internet according to the IRGC’s dogmatic ideologies and strategies. Gerdab...

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Iran: new and innovative ways to get heard loudly

  3 October 2009

Let's see how people in Iran are using media to make their voices heard when all media outlets have been subjected to government pressure and censorship. After the suppositious election in Iran, most of the internet had been filtered and there were no any other media, such as radio or...

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