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All eight candidates participating in Iran’s eleventh presidential elections commented on ICT issues and cyberspace, unsurprising since the period leading up to the elections saw some of the slowest Internet speeds, crackdowns on VPNs, and warnings from various security bodies about the Internet’s ability to stir up seditious sentiment in advance of June 14th. This article takes a look at the candidates and their statements about ICT policy over the course of their campaigns.
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Iran Media Program. (2013). Presidential Candidates: A Look at ICT Policy Rhetoric. Iran Media Program.
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Date Posted: 06 February 2017