State of censorship: How Iran censors the Internet (and how its citizens get around it)

by Sampsonia Way    /  November 27, 2013  / No comments

State of censorship: How Iran censors the Internet (and how its citizens get around it) (via Pando Daily)

By David Holmes On November 12, 2013In 2009, you couldn’t talk about the Iranian elections and the ensuing protests without mentioning social media. “The Twitter Revolution,” they called it. “The Medium of the Movement.” The meme finally…



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