Iranians Boycotting Nokia Siemens, But Is It Justified?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Iran, Technology

About a month ago, when most of the unrest in Iran was happening, I wrote about the fact that Nokia Siemens seemed to be helping the Iranian government track down protesters.

Well, it looks like the Iranian people are doing something about it and protesting with their wallets. Perhaps you should too?

Not so fast…

More at True/Slant.


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