Human Rights First Podcast on Iranian Protests and Internet Freedom

Check out our podcast from this week–it reflects on this week’s anniversary of the 1999 student protests in Iran, discussing the evolution of protest movements and the expansion of Iranian government repression into the cybersphere.

The question of Internet freedom is essential to democratic movements in Iran and across the world–watch our video featuring “netizens”–journalists, activists, and prodemocracy leaders–discussing how this question of Internet freedom affects their work, and can have life or death consequences.


Published on July 10, 2010


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