Wednesday, February 10, 2010

BREAKING: Iran Suspends Email

As Iran is readying for the 31st anniversary of the Islamic revolution, we don't know what it is going to do or how the people of Iran will react.

But this is a bit disturbing, even after speculation of an Iranian fake-attack:

WorldThreats is reporting that Iran has shut down Gmail, a popular Google service:

Police have confiscated satellite dishes from residential rooftops, according to opposition Web sites. Some pedestrians have been quoted saying that their mobile phones were searched and, in some cases, taken by police patrolling areas of the capital where protests have erupted in the past. Iranians have also reported widespread service disruptions of text messaging services, though mobile phones appeared to be operating normally Wednesday.

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Mondo said...

The plot thickens!

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