Iran's 'morality police' crack down on coffee shops

Popular hangout for Tehrani intellectuals closes after refusing to install surveillance cameras to monitor customers As the June presidential election in Iran draws near, authorities have stepped up political surveillance by ordering coffee shop owners to install cameras on their premises and turn over the recordings on demand. Cameras have proliferated in Tehran coffee shops since last summer. "Most people thought they were part of the security systems ... Full Story »

Posted by Pamela Hogle - via Google News (Iran)
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Ariel Achatz
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by Ariel Achatz - Jan. 24, 2013

This is a great story! This is something I did not know that was happening so it is interesting to read. I would recommend this story to anyone.

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charles Ibe
by charles Ibe - Jan. 30, 2013

Yes this is a good journalsm there are claims, reasons, qualifier, assumptions, and evidence which are the five essential elements of argument. it summarises how Iran's morality crack down on coffee shops which is an identification of how news authorities have stepped up political survelliance by ordering coffee shop owners to install cameras on their premises and turn over the recordings on demand.

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