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Iranian ISPs resist state intervention on high-speed service

By Firouz Sedarat, Reuters
Thursday 15 November 01

Private Iranian Internet service providers on Wednesday criticized a recent government decision requiring them to provide Internet access via state-owned telecoms companies. Iran's Supreme Council for Cultural Revolution passed a resolution last week giving Internet service providers (ISPs) six months to drop high-speed satellite connections and provide access only through the already overloaded state telecoms network…

Private Iranian Internet service providers on Wednesday criticized a recent government decision requiring them to provide Internet access via state-owned telecoms companies. Iran's Supreme Council for Cultural Revolution passed a resolution last week giving Internet service providers (ISPs) six months to drop high-speed satellite connections and provide access only through the already overloaded state telecoms network…

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