Internet is the fastest medium to get an immediate view of what a consumer wants to see but some countries in the world are trying to make it sure that only clean stuff appears on the links and nothing vulgar.
With some similar concerns, China had been heard to filter all the content that its government deems objectionable. After China, it’s now Iran that is being said to have even bigger plans than China to serve its purpose i. e. even bigger than efficiently filtering all the stuff what could be seen by its citizens and what can’t be.
News is saying that Iran has plans to permanently disconnect the Internet from the country and launch a new and clean alternative to serve the purpose of informing people about their search results and that too with something created on its own.
According to reports, Iran is planning to introduce a nationwide intranet, which would be very much different from our regular Internet and will also be sufficiently regulated by the government to serve with clean details.
First suggested in 2011, the new proposals primarily aim to serve the ordinary citizens of the country. Moreover, an option has also been set for the elite users like banks, ministries, and big companies, who will be enabled to continue with their access of the standard Internet facilities.
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