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Siemens, Nokia Helped Provide Iran's Censoring Tech 280

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the well-that's-not-very-nice dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The Wall Street Journal has an article about Nokia and Siemens selling the censoring technology to Iran's government. Do you believe that the public relations damage to these companies can persuade them from selling this kind of technology to other dictatorial regimes?" I don't believe there will *be* any PR Damage, and that makes me a little sad.
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Siemens, Nokia Helped Provide Iran's Censoring Tech

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