Chat to women in iran with webcam now
The architecture of the Iranian Internet is particularly conducive to widespread surveillance as all traffic from the dozens of ISPs serving households is routed through the state-controlled telecommunications infrastructure of the Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI).
Iranians can sometimes access 'forbidden' sites through proxy servers, although these machines can be blocked as well.
At the beginning of March 2012, Iran began implementing an internal Intranet.
This effort is partially in response to Western actions to exploit its Internet connectivity such as the Stuxnet cyberattack which have fueled suspicions of foreign technologies.
1 Mbit/s with 2 GB traffic limitation costs 189,000 rials/month (around 9 dollars/month). According to the American newspaper Washington Times, Iran is using lawful intercept capabilities of telecommunications system to monitor communications by political dissidents on the Internet.In October 2006, the Iranian government ordered all ISPs to limit their download speeds to 128kbit/s for all residential clients and Internet cafes.Although no reason for the decree was given, it is widely believed the move was designed to reduce the amount of western media (e.g. There is also a newfound state awareness of how domestically produced content considered undesirable can pervade the Internet, highlighted by the 2006 controversy over the appearance of a celebrity sex tape featuring a popular Iranian soap opera actress (or a convincing look-alike).Regime opponents in Iran are said to rely heavily on Web-based communication with the outside world.Many bloggers, online activists, and technical staff have faced jail terms, harassment and abuse.