Chinese super firewalls to control Iran internet

Iran Focus, 3 Jan. – The Iranian regime has allocated two billion dollars to control the domestic internet network, according to reports received by Iran Focus.

To do so, Tehran has signed a contract with a Chinese firm to buy six super firewalls. Ninety percent of this project has been completed so far.

Anti-filtering software and proxy servers would no longer be effective once these six super firewalls are fully installed. All undesired websites will be blocked.

In addition, internet users will be under surveillance at any time because connection will be established through the network over which the regime has total control. Everything they write or say or watch can be monitored with this system.

Only the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, the Intelligence Ministry, some government agencies and ministries will be connected to the worldwide internet.