US announces tech license to help Iranian people counter government


The US announced a new general license meant to ease export controls on Friday in what it said is a calculated move to help the Iranian people counter their government’s “efforts to surveil and censor its citizens.”

The announcement comes amid ongoing widespread internet disruptions in Iran as people protest the death of Mahsa Amini, who died while in police custody after being arrested for not wearing her hijab in-line with government mandates.


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