Breaking Down the (Fire) Wall in Iran

Friday, June 26, 2009

Call it the Iranian two-step. The government has done its most to throw up an internet firewall, staring on the day of the election. Reports are that connections are slow, emails are slower, and in some cases the internet has shut down entirely. How were the Iranians able to throw up a firewall so quickly, and how are scores of people getting around it? Cyber Security Expert Rafal Rohozinski joins The Takeaway with answers.


Rafal Rohozinski


Molly Webster

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