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However they have become a haven for a more relaxed social environment.
One Iranian said on social media: “The closer one gets to the mountains, the less one feels the grip of the regime and its social restrictions.”The country’s government has also been slammed by hardliners for the “lax social codes” allegedly sweeping over Iran.
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.
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.
A special “ski police unit” has been deployed to segregate thousands of skiers to stop them from mixing with the opposite sex.
General Hossein Sajadinia confirmed the unit - who cover Elburz Mountains outside Tehran, Iran - have been equipped with new uniforms to “withstand the mountainous conditions and yet be flexible enough to arrest offenders while chasing them on the slopes”.
Internet censorship increased with the administration of conservative president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005.
Reporters Without the Borders sent a letter to UN high Commissioner for human rights Navi Pillay to share its deep concern and ask for her intervention in the case of two netizens/free speech defenders, Vahid Asghari and Hossein Derakhshan.
One of major accusation of Vahid Asghari was creating a national plan against censorship by the government.
At least twelve ISPs have been shut down for failing to install adequate filters.
The software effectively blocks access to most pornographic sites, gay and lesbian sites, reformist political sites, news media, sites that provide tools to help users cloak their Internet identity, and other sites nebulously defined as immoral on various grounds.