Internet censorship

October 13, 2016

Ten Things You Should Know About Iran’s Multi-Billion Dollar National Internet Project

Ten Things You Should Know About Iran’s Multi-Billion Dollar National Internet Project “National Internet” Aims to Give State Control Over Iranians’ Access to Information A few months after the Iranian government launched the first phase of its “national information network” (NIN), many questions still surround Iran’s domestically hosted, state-controlled and censored internet. In this article, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran discusses ten critical questions […]... read more
September 14, 2016

Cartoon 154: Bandwidth

Cartoon 154: Bandwidth In a meeting with the Minister of Communications, conservative cleric Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi recommended allocating the bandwidth used by the popular networking service Telegram to Iran’s National Intranet, in order to deter millions of Iranian users from using Telegram. This is cartoonist Touka Neyestani’s take on the issue.... read more