US Shuts Iranian Websites
By Micah Halpern
Sunday July 4, 2021
The United States seized 36 Iranian websites. The seized the sites and they shut them down.
Why these websites? Because they were spreading lies and drawing people into their traps.
A few days later, the sites resurfaced. Just like they always do.
So the question begs asking: Is it really a good idea for the United States to remove Iranian websites. One thing for certain is that it certainly plays into the narrative that the US controls everything.
The best way to combat rhetoric is to replace it with better material - not by shutting its sources down.
Censorship is never a good idea unless a source, a website, goes over the red line that limits free speech. That red line is the direct instigation of violence.
Really evil groups use the dark web and, unfortunately, by their very nature. it is impossible to shut them down. The United States should certainly monitor those sites, and sometime even play with them and hack them.
But never take them down, never shut them down.
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