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Friday, September 28, 2012

Iran blocked Google Services

Iranian authorities explained that their decision to block access to Google services, including Gmail, was due to an anti-Islam movie which caused protests throughout the globe.

The film in question, Innocence of Muslims, which appears to have been created to trigger riots in Arab countries, has finally put the search giant in a position where Iran wanted. The matter is that Iran had been looking for a reason to ban Google for a while, but couldn’t find a good one until YouTube refused to remove the anti-Islam movie. Now the local authorities can claim they are saving their citizens from the evil Google.

Abdolsamad Khoramabadi, an Iranian official responsible for censorship in the web and computer crimes, announced that both Google and Gmail will be censored throughout Iran until further notice. However, there was no indication whether the filtering would be temporary or permanent. Actually, the country is going to pull itself out of the web and run the nation as a huge Intranet of state controlled data. Of course, such giants as Google and its mail service would have no place in this scheme anyway.

At the moment, Iranians don’t really care about the anti-Islam film, but aren’t happy that they’ve lost their Gmail accounts. They understand that this move is just a beginning of their cunning Internet plan.

Ali Hakim-Javadi, deputy communications and technology minister, told during the interview that all governmental agencies and offices have already been connected to the national data network (Intranet). In the meantime, the country is worried about another outside hacker attack, especially if Iran gets involved in a war with Israel or the United States.

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