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Calling the Facebook CEO (and new owner of WhatsApp) an “American Zionist,” an Iranian censor blocks the popular messaging app.
The Twitter co-founder tweets a provocative question to Iran's president and gets a response that could mean a sign of change to come.
Both services were flowing to Iranian citizens on Monday, but officials there said the temporary reprieve was due to a technical glitch, according to The New York Times.
According to the Washington Post, the two social networks, largely dark in Iran since 2009, are once again available to some users.
Although the social network is banned in the Middle Eastern country, it appears the country's officials can sign up, friend one another, and "like" each other's posts.
Symantec researchers report uncovering an earlier version of the computer virus -- one from 2005. The virus was later found to have inflicted damage on Iran's nuclear enrichment program.
Obama's hidden son, Neil Armstrong's space sherpa, and an iPhone adorned with the N-word are just a few of the Onion stories that Facebook users have bought hook, line, and sinker.
The Iranian minister of communication and information technology says the Web is unreliable because it is in the hands of "one or two specific countries." So Iran is making its own.
Iran is reportedly testing a domestic intranet and requiring identification and monitoring in Internet cafes in the interim. Just like China!
The person (or persons) involved with high-profile intrusion into Comodo's network says he's a 21-year-old cryptographer protesting U.S. foreign policy.