Cracking down on Iranians abroad

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It started with Internet and phone network blackouts during the mass protests, but Iran's regime has expanded its virtual crackdown on dissidents to those living outside its borders.

While the protests following Iran's June election put Facebook and Twitter to use for a legitimate social good, the regime's reaction have shown what a tangled and dangerous World Wide Web we have woven.