U.S. OFAC designates Iran-based technology company for facilitating censorship of Internet in Iran
OFAC issuing a time-limited general license to allow the wind down of transactions with the Iran-based technology company
Facilitating censorship of Internet in Iran
The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) today issued a release designating an Iran-based technology company, two senior employees, and an affiliated company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their roles in facilitating the Iranian regime’s censorship of the Internet in Iran.
OFAC is also issuing a time-limited general license to allow the wind down of transactions with the Iran-based technology company. Read Iran-related General License P [PDF 107 KB]
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