IRGC arrests mobile social network managers for undermining moral security

Facilitating access to obscene content through social networks, encouraging immoral behavior, and publishing insulting content were among the illegal activities of those arrested.

The Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) has detained managers of a number of mobile social networking groups on charge of acting against moral security in society.

Over 170 managers were identified following a complicated intelligence operation and a number of them were taken into custody by IRGC forces in Qazvin Province, west of Tehran.

Facilitating access to obscene content through social networks, encouraging immoral behavior, and publishing insulting content about ethnic groups, officials and national figures were among the illegal activities for which they were detained.

Those arrested have been handed over to related authorities following necessary judicial procedures.

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