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[PDF] Iran’s Internet Censorship Among Strictest In the World, Documents OpenNet Initiative Report

Author: OpenNet Initiative, Published on: 21 June 2005

The university-based OpenNet Initiative (ONI) released “Internet Filtering in Iran,” a report that documents the degree and extent to which the Iranian government controls the information environment in which its citizens live, including websites, blogs, email, and online discussion forums...Iran uses the commercial filtering package SmartFilter – made by the US-based company, Secure Computing – as the primary technical engine of its filtering system... "...By providing filtering systems to non-democratic regimes, the US company, Secure Computing, is complicit in Iranian breaches of the UN Declaration of Human Rights..." [said report co-author] Ronald Deibert, Director of the Citizen Lab, University of Toronto.

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Related companies: Secure Computing (part of McAfee)