Clare » June 22nd, 2021
US seizes three dozen Iranian websites for spreading ‘misinformation’
Two Iranian state-controlled news outlets, Press TV and Al-Alam, were inaccessible Tuesday afternoon
Top security officials seized approximately three dozen Iranian-based websites Tuesday, citing concerns over the spread of misinformation, a national security official told Fox News.
Two of the roughly 36 sites seized included Iranian state-controlled news outlets, Press TV and Al-Alam.
The sites were inaccessible Tuesday afternoon and instead displayed a single page that said each site had “been seized by the United States Government.”
The Iran-backed Houthi rebel satellite news channel, Al-Masirah in Yemen, was also targeted by the Department of Justice (DOJ).
The group said the shutdown came without warning, but it promised to continue its mission of “confronting the American and Israeli acts of piracy against our nation, by any means.”
The DOJ has yet to comment on the site seizures and it is unclear what “misinformation” was propagated.
The move by the DOJ comes as tensions between the U.S. and Iran have heightened following Tehran’s presidential election Saturday.
The Biden administration’s plan to bring Iran back under a nuclear arms agreement could prove more difficult with the election of judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi.
In his first address Monday, Raisi said he had no intention of speaking with President Biden and rejected further talks of a nuclear deal.
Biden made reentering an Iranian nuclear deal a key component of his campaign after Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2018, effectively rendering the agreement between the United Nations and EU ineffective.
But despite Raisi’s opposition to a nuclear deal, the Biden administration remains confident nuclear talks will continue, noting that Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei – who signed the deal in 2015 – will have the final say.
“The president’s view and our view is that the decision leader is the supreme leader,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday. “That was the case before the election, it’s the case today, it will be the case probably moving forward.”
The White House could not be immediately reached for comment on how the Tuesday seizures may affect Iran-U.S. relations.
The DOJ is expected to release a statement detailing the media outlet closures. Check back on this developing story.
Samson » June 22nd, 2021
Al-Attar calls for the digitization of life to develop the Iraqi economy
22nd June, 2021
A member of the Iraqi Economic Council, Ghadeer Al-Attar, called on the government, on Tuesday, to benefit from the digital experiences of the Dubai government.
Al-Attar said in a statement, Mawazine News received a copy of it, that “the Dubai government has issued a law, the Dubai Digital Authority, and all smart circuits are attached to it, in order to digitize life in Dubai and not just digitize Dubai services.” He added that “digitalization has changed the way the world lives in most of its economic and social aspects, so that it has become rare to find someone who has nothing to do with it from near or far.”
Al-Attar pointed out that “digitization is one of the pillars of the economy of the twenty-first century, as the rapid technological development that the world has known has had a great impact in the field of economy, as technological systems have touched various economic and service sectors and contributed to achieving more advantages for these sectors, including the speed and efficiency of services, including Developing innovations and solutions that society needs, including improving administrative and governmental work methods. LINK
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