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چهارشنبه ۱۷ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۱:۲۵ - ۷ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

PRESS: RSF Condemns the Islamic Government’s Internet Restrictions


August 4, 2004 In a statement issued in Paris, the press freedom advocacy group Reporters sans Frontiers said it was concerned about the Islamic government’s plans to further restrict Internet use for millions of subscribers. RSF said the judiciary put Mojtaba Lotfi who ran a Qum-based news website, on trial and closed down his site Naqshineh. The statement said the draft bill on Internet and computer crimes would further restrict Internet use in Iran. Faced with one of the fastest growing Internet community in the Middle East, the Islamic government tried to implement the same restrictions it has enforced on the press on websites and Internet access, Reza Moini, a spokesman for RSF, tells Radio Farda’s broadcaster Golnaz Esfandiari. “But due to a lack of a law dealing with electronic publishing, the crackdown on Internet has followed a chaotic pattern in the past few years,” he adds. “The draft bill, one of the most reactionary in the world, would give this chaotic pattern a legal face.”
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