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Originally posted by purplemer
reply to post by OptimusSubprime
A bit different to the USA
We, of course, dont have the Death Penalty for such Crimes.
Originally posted by dc4lifeskater
If only we could have this law in the USA as well as politicians.
Originally posted by Tw0Sides
You as a citizen , Cheat on your Income Tax, thats 20 years.
Big Banks Cheat on their Country, They get a Small Percentage Fine, and a Firm Finger Wagging.
Originally posted by CristobalColonic
Be careful what you wish for, disgruntled prole- you might just get it.
The country is second only to Israel for the percentage of the population with Internet access in the Middle East, but strict moral values and a watchful eye over access to dissent or criticism means that around 27% of all internet sites are blocked ... In the news sector 32% of the world’s top news sites are blocked. Currently, BBC News, The Guardian, Fox News, The Huffington Post and the New York Post sites are blocked, but interestingly CNN, Reuters, The New York Times and Bloomberg are still accessible ... Iran’s history when it comes to censorship of the press is renowned. Reporters Without Borders counts press freedom violations in Iran in real time, painting a grim picture for access to information. The Committee to Protect Journalists notes that the internal crack down on journalists was particularly hard before the elections at the start of March ..