Looks like Iran is cracking down on bloggers again
CSMonitor.com> The recent arrest of several bloggers, online journalists, and Internet technicians in Iran has raised fears that the country’s old guard is determined to muzzle dissent in cyberspace.
The Internet has become a refuge for liberal journalists since the hard-line judiciary closed scores of reformist publications over the past four years. The Web log, or blog, format – a cross between a diary and public commentary – has allowed dissident writers to reach a mass audience with less of the expense and oversight of print media. read more>