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March 1, 2015 10:15 am

Iran Ready to Open Door to Google, Other Internet Giants if They Respect ‘Cultural’ Rules

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Iran claims it is ready to allow Internet giants to operate in the Islamic Republic as long as they respect the country's "cultural" rules, according to a senior official. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Iran could allow Internet giants such as Google to operate in the Islamic republic if they respect its “cultural” rules, Fars news agency said Sunday quoting a senior official.

“We are not opposed to any of the entities operating in global markets who want to offer services in Iran,” Deputy Telecommunications and Information Technology Minister Nasrollah Jahangard told Fars.

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  • Jack

    The reason the US is such a beacon of hope in the world is the First Amendment of the Constitution.
    Not the money.
    The US is not perfect.
    But at least it tries to find truth and freedom.
    Censorship is a lie.
    Period.
    Respect is code for ‘if Google bends over…’

  • David

    LOL what culture is that?

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