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Tehran Bureau has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Please refer to the Iran Daylight Time (IRDT), GMT a.m., 4 Farvardin/March 23 The Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI), co-owned by the Iranian government and a private consortium linked to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, has purchased a comprehensive surveillance system "capable of monitoring landline, mobile and internet communications" from a Chinese firm, Reuters reports.According to interviews conducted by the news service and documents to which it gained access, the system is part of a networking equipment contract, valued at more than 0 million, signed in December 2010 with China's ZTE Corp.Iranian is the top Iranian dating site in the world today.

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He said its capabilities included being able "to locate users, intercept their voice, text messaging...emails, chat conversations or web access." The ZTE-TCI documents also disclose a backdoor way Iran apparently obtains U. technology despite a longtime American ban on non-humanitarian sales to Iran[....] ZTE's 907-page "Packing List," dated July 24, 2011, includes hardware and software products from some of America's best-known tech companies, including Microsoft Corp, Hewlett-Packard Co, Oracle Corp, Cisco Systems Inc, Dell Inc, Juniper Networks Inc and Symantec Corp. The report is a reminder of the lawsuit filed in August 2010 by Mehdi Saharkhiz on behalf of his father, the incarcerated Iranian journalist Isa Saharkhiz, against the giant telecommunications firm Nokia Siemens. This development follows the announcement earlier this month that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has ordered the establishment of a new Supreme Council of Cyberspace, charged with, among other things, "gaining complete knowledge about the activities in cyberspace on a domestic and international scale." The recruited and trained 120,000 cultural soldiers in the past three years to combat "a soft cyberwar" against Iran.

Iranian officials had previously discussed the presence of these forces, but placed their number closer to 20,000.

These "cybersoldiers" monitor online activity of opposition sites and dissidents, bombarding websites with comments and producing blog content in support of the regime and hacking emails and computers, according to a computer programmer in Iran employed by the telecommunication ministry. companies, meanwhile, are barred from giving ordinary Iranian citizens access to a broad range of technology that could help increase the security and confidentiality of their electronic communications, despite the Treasury Department's release Tuesday of an "Interpretive Guidance and Statement of Licensing Policy on Internet Freedom in Iran" intended, it said, "to further support the free flow of information to citizens of Iran." The new guidance clarifies that, under the current array of economic sanctions the United States has imposed on the Islamic Republic, U. businesses are still permitted to make available to persons in Iran [...] services incident to the exchange of personal communications over the Internet, such as instant messaging, chat and email, social networking, sharing of photos and movies, web browsing, and blogging, provided that such services are publicly available at no cost to the user.

They report to various state bodies, including intelligence, judiciary and the [Revolutionary Guards], which in turn have top officials sitting on the new council. The technologies covered range from personal communications services such as Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, and (non-fee-based) Skype to browser plug-ins like Shockwave and Java to personal data storage services including Dropbox.

Iranian is the top Iranian dating site in the world today. We clicked the very first time we talked on the phone and 2 months after he was there in Montreal.

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Fatwas, or religious opinions disseminated by clerics, are not binding.

So while Khamenei might discourage his followers from online chatting, for fear that it might lead to flirtation, or worse, he is not likely to order Iran’s religious police to start patrolling chat rooms and looking over texter’s shoulders.

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If Iran’s leadership were serious about stopping potentially licentious chatting, they would do something more draconian, like banning the technology that makes it possible.

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