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Iran blasts Google “censorship”

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 16 – Iran’s state-controlled press accused U.S. internet giant Google of “censoring” its products to the Iranian public. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Oct. 16 – Iran’s state-controlled press accused U.S. internet giant Google of “censoring” its products to the Iranian public.

“The United States has targeted Iranian [internet”> users”, the hard-line daily Khorassan wrote in its Saturday edition. “A new round of illegal actions has begun by U.S. firms against Iranians on the internet”.

The report accused the popular internet search engine Google of “illegally” cutting off its highly-acclaimed “Google Desktop” and “Google Pack” products to Iranian internet users.

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