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The Iranian government already maintains a tight control over the internet, but new legislation threatens to take this even further. “There is a new bill waiting to be approved by the conservative-led Iranian parliament, which will transfer control of the internet away from the government to Iranian armed forces,” Heart4Iran’s Mike Ansari says.

“There is a new bill waiting to be approved by the conservative-led Iranian parliament, which will transfer control of the internet away from the government to Iranian armed forces,” Heart4Iran’s Mike Ansari says. “Iranian intelligence is asking social media platforms like Facebook to register with the Iranian government so they could have oversight and control over the user data. Currently, most Iranians use VPN or proxy servers to access Iran-banned platforms like Youtube or Facebook. This new law will criminalize the sale and distribution of these servers,” Ansari says.

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