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2006 Thursday 12 October

High-speed internet bandwidth, higher than 128K now prohibited by the Islamic regime

Iran Press News: The Islamic regime has now banned private residences and public locations access to high-speed internet with a bandwidth above 128K.

According to FAVA NEWS a letter signed by Mahmoud Khosravi, the director of the radio communications regulatory organization of the Islamic regime to internet companies states: “You are hereby advised that until further notice, offering bandwidth above 128K to all private residences and public locations must be avoided.”

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