Iran Limits Internet Access

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Iran has reportedly further restricted Internet and email access within the country. Millions of Iranian users are reporting low speeds, outages and blocked websites.  Iran has also placed restrictions on services using secured connections like Gmail and Facebook. Read the full article at Haaretz.com

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