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Iran bans fast internet to cut west's influence

Damn damn! What someone would decided to go backward ? shouldn't it be forward? for god sake what's wrong in getting exposed to a very civilized cultural ? and if Iranian consider it as opponent cultural then open your mind and learn from it I'm sure there are many many things one can learn from that cultural.


Guardian - In a blow to the country's estimated 5 million internet users, service providers have been told to restrict online speeds to 128 kilobytes a second and been forbidden from offering fast broadband packages. The move by Iran's telecommunications regulator will make it more difficult to download foreign music, films and television programmes, which the authorities blame for undermining Islamic culture among the younger generation. It will also impede efforts by political opposition groups to organise by uploading information on to the net.



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Well, not to tease you guys at Iran's telecommunications regulator but this wont make things harder at all, people can schedule their download manager to download stuff while sleeping and listen or watch it later, If you feel weak or having weak society that easy to be changed then you start the change and help them to be better, give them the power instead of letting someone else do it.



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