UPDATED 11:55 EDT / JUNE 19 2009

More Details Emerge on Iran’s Internet Censorship


It seems that the parts of the rest of the blogosphere weighed in on our analysis on the Iranian IT situation, picking their pet theories we presented late last night.

Arbor Networks thinks that the networks were taken offline and migrated to low-capacity proxy servers.

GigaOm’s Stacey Higginbotham agrees, saying that “some unscrupulous equipment vendor who wants to interest the Iranian government in better deep packet inspection equipment” may come along later.


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