Gives Fox News, First confirmed in the United States: “Security officials confiscated three dozen Iranian-based sites, citing concerns about the spread of misinformation, a national security official told Fox News.”
In a little while, The CNN “The U.S. government has seized dozens of domains from U.S. websites linked to Iran, linked to what the United States claims is misinformation,” he said, citing a national security official. More company Associated Press.
A Reuters Press TV, an international news channel affiliated with the Iranian government, has already had its website replaced (reproduced below) from films released not only in the United States but around the world; Masira TV, from the Yemeni Houthis; And Lulua TV, “an independent Arabic language channel in Bahrain that broadcasts from the United Kingdom.”
Via Social media, A Palestinian website is also cited. Affected vehicles continue to operate via multiple telegrams and other networks.
The first will already appear Reactions, In the American media, with an author Tech DirtFor example, it warns that “the seizure of a media organization’s website raises many, many questions, even one directed by a hostile government.”
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