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Memo to Tech and Social Media Companies: Allow Iranians Access to Online Tools

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Iranhumanrights.org  —
Major technology and social media companies should stop barring Iranians from buying or accessing personal communications tools and services that are not banned by any sanctions, and make immediately available to Iranians the full range of permissible items, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) and ASL19 said in a joint statement today.


Firms such as Apple, Twitter, Google, GoDaddy, Facebook, AMD, Norton, Comodo, Oracle and Adobe are denying Iranians the right to purchase or download tools and services that are legal, available to the rest of the world, and essential for allowing Iranians full and safe access to the global internet.

"Iranians not only face internet censorship and hacking from

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Iranian researchers find way to treat long bone nonunion

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PayyvandNews - Iranian researchers at Royan Research Institute  have proved in a study that the problem with long bone nonunion is related to mesenchymal cells.


 
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Long bone nonunion is a serious complication of a fracture in which the normal process of bone healing is interrupted or stalled. If the accident in which the bone is fractured is at least nine months old and no bone healing is observed for more

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Mac malware originated in Iran, say researchers

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A piece of malware, believed to have originated in Iran, was detected on the Apple computers of a phony website masquerading as the U.S. aerospace firm United Technologies, as well as that of a human rights advocate.



The Mac-based malware could be an attempt by Iranian hackers to target the U.S. defense industry, according to Claudio Guarnieri and Collin Anderson, researchers involved in investigating Iranian cyberespionage threats. The code was sloppily written, they said, so

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12 Iranian startups to attend CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, Germany

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PayvandNews -
 Iran will participate in CeBIT exhibition as one of the leading events for IT and communication technology worldwide, slated for mid-March in Hannover, Germany. 12 Iranian startups will showcase their latest achievements at a special hall designated for startup companies during the 5-day event from 20th March to the 24th March 2017 at the Hannover Congress Centrum in Hannover, Germany.


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The first specialized

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Iran unveils new satellites on Space Technology Day

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PayvandNews -
 Iran has put on display its latest achievements in the area of space technology during a ceremony attended by President Hassan Rouhani and other senior officials. The Exhibition of Space Achievements was held in Tehran on Wednesday to mark the ninth National Space Technology Day.


Also present at the event were Minister of Science, Research, and Technology Mohammad Farhadi and Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan.

During the ceremony, the domestically-designed

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