The Iranian Filtering Committee
کارگروه تعیین مصادیق محتوای مجرمانه

WikIran exposes hundreds of private emails of the internal servers of the Criminal Content Identification Working Group, also known as the Iranian Filtering Committee. The organization, which was established in 2008 under the Attorney General's office, oversees the internet censorship mechanisms of the country. Over 35% of the internet is blocked to Iranian users. The content blocked in Iran includes mostly websites that criticize the regime and its ideology, but the committee is also blocking and disrupting social media, instant messaging apps and VPN services. The leaked emails shed light on the working process of the content filtering system and reveal how the organization was granted access to users' personal information and removed unwanted content and public records from websites. The database includes internal reports from the Attorney General's office, judicial requests, as well as user names and passwords.

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