Amid warning, Iranians continue online activism
(NECN/ABC) - Iran's Revolutionary Guard warned all web sites that they would crack down on any coverage of the election crisis, as unrest continued in the nation. The state broadcaster has also blamed foreign press for the protests on the streets of Tehran, accusing journalists of causing the ...
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It wrote an evolutionary god today do we all online site they would crack down on any coverage at the crisis. Steve Grogan -- also names aren't practicing protests on the streets Tyrone -- journalists and closing the unrest. You -- authorities had and yet and Thornton missed -- posting on these extraordinary mass protests. Keeping a low profile ABC's James shoots really Tehran managed to quality opposition money's. Recording the event on just sounds fun to not attract attention. But pictures of the protests of continuing to be seen all over the loud and sites such as FaceBook and -- -- -- going. He clamping down on premise -- anybody's but hasn't yet they have not been able to stop the deluge of people marching against the disputed election results. Already the guiding council Iran's most influential alert -- conceded twelve -- shall go to recount. But that did not go far enough for the position while holding out and be an action. At this time looking extremely unlikely. It's a different case -- to -- it will be -- -- supporters. Plus the president of Russia for the day crew government rallies continued in Tehran would never into their race at least. Of the event from -- cost on Iranian TV. Many cannot even busted from Iran's provinces. Showing more support I was not despite the crackdown on the position on the government's attempt to control what gets out. Moussavi supportive of being very savvy and -- saying so. Clocked one step ahead of the game. And does a protest is continue to post pictures online giving up today reports on what is happening when it's happening. As no sign yet that this form of online activism is slamming down. -- I get on ABC knees London.