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Iranians have a little more Internet access than a few days ago, but access is still highly restricted. Last week, the country imposed a block on SSL-based VPNs which, it seems, is still in place. Barring SSL/TLS traffic stopped Iranians from using the well-known TOR Project to bypass state censorship of Internet sites. In …


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  1. Winkypop Silver badge

    Religion and politics

    Always a dangerous mix.


    1. Anonymous Coward

      like sodium and water...

      But always fun to watch from a safe, very safe, distance.

  2. Anonymous Coward

    the wall

    history teaches us nothing. 40 years later, they'll come back to the world just like East Germany (DDR) did.

  3. Andy 97
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    "The more you tighten your grip, the more they will slip through your fingers..."

    </geek quote>

    *Admittedly slightly modified for the purposes of this post.

  4. Suburban Inmate

    Iran used to be a secular democracy.

    But then the UK and USA stepped in.

    Rob Newman's "A History Of Oil in the 20th Century" comes highly reccomended.

  5. Mike Moyle Silver badge

    I don't understand...

    Where are Anonymous, LulzSec, Assange™, et al...?

    Isn't this exactly the sort of stifling of free expression that they say they're against?

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