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Iran criminalizes Facebook

Iran has taken the next step beyond censorship to criminalize the use of social media, particularly Facebook. Iran has long had one of the most strict and effective Internet censorship regimes, but still huge numbers of Iranians were able to skirt the blocking to access social media websites, generally under false names. Actually criminalizing the [...]

What about Iran?

Dr. Michael Ledeen of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies speaks with Ezra Levant about the future of Syria and the threat from Iran. This report aired on The Source September 13 2013. Ezra Levant

Iran Is A Clear Threat To Canadians

Ezra Levant talks about Iran’s horrific human rights record and why cutting diplomatic ties with the regime was the right move for Canada. This report aired on The Source September 7 2012. Ezra Levant

Hack Obtains 9 Bogus Certificates for Prominent Websites; Traced to Iran

Hack Obtains 9 Bogus Certificates for Prominent Websites; Traced to Iran: Via Wired: Threat Level. In a fresh blow to the fundamental integrity of the internet, a hacker last week obtained legitimate web certificates that would have allowed him to impersonate some of the top sites on the internet, including the login pages used by [...]

Web Browsers and Comodo Disclose A Successful Certificate Authority Attack, Perhaps From Iran

Web Browsers and Comodo Disclose A Successful Certificate Authority Attack, Perhaps From Iran: Via Freedom to Tinker. Today, the public learned of a previously undisclosed compromise of a trusted Certificate Authority — one of the entities that issues certificates attesting to the identity of “secure” web sites. Last week, Comodo quietly issued a command via [...]