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Iran: Disadvantage of Internet Shutdown Is More Than Annual Oil Revenue

In a damning report on October 4, the semi-official Tejarat News website revealed that the disadvantage of 11 days of the internet shutdown in...

Iran’s Regime Continues Its Internet Restriction Project

This is part of the outlook of a document by the Iranian regime’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace, which has been delivered to its supreme...

Iran Regime’s Confessions About Its Weakness

On June 2, during a large-scale operation by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) supporters in Iran, the surveillance cameras of the regime’s...

The Internet, a Migraine for Iran’s Regime

The slowdown of the internet in Iran has become a major crisis and led to disputes between the Iranian regime’s officials. Many have already...

Iran Regime’s Officials Warn Each Other: “The Enemy Holds the Key to Cyberspace”

The expansion of social networks and the development of communication have weakened the Iran regime’s censorship apparatus. Even while the regime has recruited many...

Why Is Khamenei Scared of Satellite Internet?

There is many news these days about the finalization of satellite internet. Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, which is launching the Starlink satellite Internet...

Iran: People Shift to Cyberspace to Express Their Dissent

In the past four decades, the ayatollahs have turned Iran into a giant prison. A scary jail that even bans citizens from thinking outside...

Why Iran Tries to Shut Down Internet?

The Iranian government is slowing down, disrupting, or even cutting off the internet inside its country as a method of social control. The authorities and...

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Snapback Sanctions, a Must Response to Iran’s Human Rights Abuse and JCPOA Violations

The protests in Iran have been going on for more than two months, even though the regime is cracking...

Growing Disintegration Among Iran Regime’s Forces

Iran has been shaken by a wave of nationwide protests since mid-September. The trigger was the death of the...

Grim Tidings for Iran’s Regime After Approval of UN Fact-Finding Mission

After many discussions and debates, the United Nations Human Rights Council has approved a fact-finding mission to investigate the...

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Iran’s cartoonists find new lines of expression

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Sanctions cost Iran $60 billion in oil investments, Burns says

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