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The 30,000 to 40,000 people filling Haft-e Tir Square to protest the Iran election Wednesday seemed just a fraction to those taking to the Internet to do the same. While the human element remains an essential tool of social protest, technology’s power to usurp government censorship continues to evolve.
Despite the government of Iran’s attempts to limit Internet interaction, as well as the country’s comparatively patchy network, Iranian citizens are still able to access social networks.