Google Search and Gmail censored in Iran

"Will remain filtered until further notice"

BBC: Iran has restricted access to Google's email service, Gmail, and search engine. A government deputy minister announced the ban, on Sunday on state television. "Google and Gmail will be filtered nationwide, and will remain filtered until further notice," said an adviser to Iran's public prosecutor's office Abdul Samad Khoramabadi. The announcement was also sent out as a text message on mobile phones >>>


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In a country where....

by Bavafa on

Free thinking is banned, one should not be surprised to see a ban on tools that enables one to think and learn freely.

The more oppressive a government becomes the sooner will end and by this move, IRI is digging its own grave faster.


'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 



Too good security, that is why

by choghok on

Unlike other mail services Google is tough to break by IRI.


of course!

by Fesenjoon2 on

They are Zionist controlled entities! LOL!