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Iran: ‘A duty to inform’

Headline Title:  Iran: ‘A duty to inform’ 02 May 2012 For activists and bloggers in Iran, accessing information on the web can be a very dangerous activity. Internet access in the country is highly filtered, with authorities keeping close tabs on online activities. Control is so extreme that most assume that their email accounts are monitored by the government and for those reliant on servers inside Iran, there is restricted access to international news websites and popular social media sites such as Facebook and YouTube.   But many online activists bloggers and other internet…

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