[tor-talk] 'Iran plans to unplug the Internet, launch its own "clean" alternative'

HardKor hardkor.info at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 13:48:08 UTC 2012

If Iran realy do that, it would have a very negative impact on the economy
of the country, isen't it ?

On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 1:40 PM, <andrew at torproject.is> wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 10:46:00AM +0300, zebro.kojos at gmail.com wrote
> 0.8K bytes in 20 lines about:
> : Perhaps there are more sources with more detailed/sourced info.
> The source story a few places are quoting seems to be
> http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/325415/20120409/iran-internet-intranet-censorhip-freedom-tehran-google.htm
> .
> I don't believe it. I believe it is just posturing by the government
> to scare citizens into using the localized email/search engines they
> are building. Sort of like saying, 'The Eye of Sauron is watching your
> Internet traffic, why not use halal/native-farsi services by your own
> countrymen?'
> : I suppose if the Dark net plan were more mature at this point, it would
> be
> A darknet won't help if all external access is blocked. However, just
> like the satellite dish ban in Iran, policy and technology are two
> different things.
> --
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