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Iran Blocks Access to Women's Issues and Human Rights Websites

Iran's Ministry of Islamic Guidance and Culture's supervisory board for the media has decided to block access to several websites related to women's issues and human rights. Iranian Internet service providers were notified last week about the new restrictions. The Washington Post is reporting that Iranian bloggers and activists on Tuesday condemned the move as unlawful censorship. [JH]

May 22, 2008 in Internet Law | Permalink

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