With New Software, Iranians and Others Outwit Net Censors
The New York Times
01-May-2009 (2 comments)

The Internet is no longer just an essential channel for commerce, entertainment and information. It has also become a stage for state control — and rebellion against it. Computers are becoming more crucial in global conflicts, not only in spying and military action, but also in determining what information reaches people around the globe.

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agree but biased

by verytass on

I agree censorship does not have a place anywhere in the world and IRI bastards do their share of censoring.
But, this is just agenda reporting by a Jewish writer.
The report dose mention other countries almost in footnote fashion, yet Saudi Arabia, China and countless other countries are as guilty as Iran is. However this reporter has made the report on otherwise a positive software, into another hatemongering article against Iran.


A very intersting article

by ramintork on

Totalitarian regimes have an impossible task on their hands and are bound to fail.