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News ID: 2091
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Publish Date: 10:35 - 10 September 2013
Tehran, YJC.-- Head of the Judiciary Branch Ejei has said that the Judiciary is likely to order Facebook unblocked.
Ejei  in his weekly press conference said that his office is considering unblocking Facebook, but that doing so will require that there is no criminal content on the social website.

In answer to the question whether it is 
time to remove the filtering from Facebook while many political figures of the country have personally started using the facility.

Mohseni Ejei said " If the criminal content that was put on the website is removed unblocking will be possible, else nothing will happen. " He added that the criminal content workgroup is responsible for investigating the status of criminal content on Facebook. 

Lately, and especially with Rouhani as president, some political figures have launched personal profiles on Facebook and Twitter. 

The Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the foreign Ministry Spokeswoman
Morzieh Afkham are among the state figures with formally known social website accounts.
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