Posts Tagged ‘Iran’

 

Study Reveals U.s. Technology Leaks

American-made devices used for Internet monitoring have been detected on government and commercial computer networks in Iran and Sudan, in apparent violation of U.S. sanctions that ban the sale of goods, services or technology to the autocratic states, according to new research.

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Iran judges and media hit with EU sanctions

Judicial and media officials targeted for their role in grave human rights violations, says journal of European Union.

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EU sanctions Iran judges, cyber police for rights abuse

Iranian judges, media officials and a special police Internet monitoring unit linked to the death of a dissident in custody were added Tuesday to the EU's sanctions list against Tehran for grave human rights violations.

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Iran lawmakers seek deeper probe in blogger death

A powerful group in Iran's parliament called Sunday for expanded investigations into the death of a jailed blogger in a case that has already brought down the chief of the Internet-monitoring police and opened rare public debates over the growing powers of the country's Web

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Foreign firms pitched real-time surveillance gear to Iran

A Reuters investigation has uncovered new evidence of how willing some foreign companies have been to assist Iran's state security network, and the regime's keenness to access as much information as possible.

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Iran Restricts Access to Google

Access to Google's email service, Gmail, and search engine has been restricted in Iran, the BBC reported.

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The Great Game

July 28, 2012: While Iran has added a lot of new weapons (especially Chinese missiles) to its arsenal in the last decade, its military leaders are well aware that their opponents (the Gulf Arabs and their Western allies, especially the U.S.) have also upgraded, and

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Defense Ministry closes probe into Allot's alleged Iran sales

The investigation concluded that the company was unaware that the internet monitoring equipment it sold to a distributor ended up in Iranian hands.

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Israel Didn’t Know High-Tech Gear Was Sent to Iran Via Denmark

The clandestine arrangement worked smoothly for years. The Israeli company shipped its Internet- monitoring equipment to a distributor in Denmark. Once there, workers stripped away the packaging and removed the labels.

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Israel Didn’t Know Tech Gear Was Sent to Iran Via Denmark

The clandestine arrangement worked smoothly for years. The Israeli company shipped its Internet- monitoring equipment to a distributor in Denmark. Once there, workers stripped away the packaging and removed the labels.

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