This infographic, from the Iran Media Program and the design studio Hyperakt, charts how far up the food chain internet censorship goes in Iran. It all starts at the very top, with the Supreme Leader, and makes its way down to internet users and service providers. In between, note the presence of some government entities, like the Cyber Police, which monitors social networks for anti-Islamic activity, and the Iranian Cyber Army, a coalition of pro-government hackers that launches cyberattacks against opposition groups. Clearly, a lot of thought goes into keeping people in the dark.
Despite all that policing, 20 to 30 percent of people in the country are using technology to get around the firewall--and are breaking the law to do it--the infographic says. That might change soon: Google Reader gives many Iranians access to blocked websites, because it runs through Google servers, which are located in parts of the world that do not censor the internet. But now that Reader is toast, people in the country who want unfettered access to the web will have to find another way. And the Iranian government has put tremendous manpower into stopping that from happening.
Iran used and still uses many filtering and DPI technologies from different vendors, Including American companies Like: Allot, Packeteer, Blue Coat, NetApp, WebWasher, WebSense, also they use Iranian build filtering and DPI devices, which is the most widely used. you guys trying to demonize Iran, you better look at the mirror more carefully. I worked with all listed vendor's devices in iran, so I don't talk without reference ;)
So that makes every American citizen complicit with the Iranian government? Because some American hardware was used? I am an American, I am not responsible for the acts of the Iranian government or those that work with it. I do not share in your guilt for oppressing the Iranian people. That is your burden to bare.
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Do you bitch at the factories that make the AK47 for bringing down the middle east and africa because assholes use them to slaughter?
Better yet, lets get angry with the manufacturers of medical vice grips because Iranians use them to castrate people.
Or better yet, lets get upset with the drug cartels that export over 1300 tons of narcotics and over 150 million barrels of oil each year from Iran on the black market to help fund these atrocities. Oh wait, that actually sounds right....
Instead of unknowingly divert our attention to the very Earthly region we're being systemically trained to hate the Middle East, why not investigate how we are being censored right here in the homeland? Knowing the censorship of the people within the borders of Iran is important, but we should put getting out of our entire current paradigm of thinking that travels back to the times in ancient Sumeria (conveniently being current-day Iraq) in the forefronts of the nation's and ultimately the world's epigenetical DNA as a planet in natural symbiosis with itself and the lifeforms on top of its surfaces and beneath the oceans that it hugs from every direction. We should be trying to unify any collective consciousness that we may have as a species to save planet Earth from ourselves; we've done irreparable damage to the epibiological being that we know as Earth. We did this as unknowing parasites who achieved more potential intelligent than they could make sense of and if we continue in the way we are all existing we will 'kill' our host for millions of years.
WHAT THE F*^$ IS UP WIT THAT FACE THIGIE YWEOSDF.