With the Iranian elections over, and President Hassan Rouhani surging to victory once more, we bounce off our last episode and look back at Rouhani and his main competitor Ebrahim Raeisi’s campaigns. ...Show More
Iran’s Presidential Election is fast approaching, but what role does social media and the internet play in it? In this month’s episode we take a look at President Rouhani’s achievements in the ICT sec...Show More
In this month’s episode we look back on Iran’s National Information Network, provide an overview of its development history, and ask what the implications of the network are for internet freedom in Ir...Show More
On this month’s show, we’ll discuss Iran’s recently announced ICT budget. We’ll also speak to Kaveh Azarhoosh, an internet policy researcher and graduate student at Oxford Internet Institute.
This month's show is the last episode of the first season of Filterwatch, and Kyle's last episode as host. In about 2 month's will begin season 2, with producer Mo taking over hosting duties. To prepa...Show More
Last month, the Iranian government announced that phase 1 of its national information network has been completed. But what does that actually mean for internet users in Iran? Will this really lead to ...Show More
This month, we’ll be speaking with the independent researcher Collin Anderson to discuss a breach of the messaging app Telegram that took place earlier this year, which saw hackers expose the phone nu...Show More
Special edition! This month, we take a break from Iranian internet policy to bring you a live report from the Citizen Lab Summer Institute in Toronto. We caught up with Citizen Lab director Ron Deiber...Show More