Arvan cloud; a private company or a partner in massacre

Arvan cloud; a private company or a partner in massacre

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Arthas Menethil started this petition to Human Rights Campaign and

Islamic republic regime has been violating Iranian citizens’ right to the internet access by imposing censorship, blocking and Internet content filtering. In November 2019,  the government shut down the Internet and so many people were shot while posing no threat whatsoever shows the sheer ruthlessness of the security forces.  At least 1500 people, including 400 women and 17 teenagers, were killed in the uprising and that "many were shot directly in the head. Since November 2019 nationwide protests, the regime has being practice the Internet blackout as a strategy to suppress peaceful protests and to massacre the civilians. Currently, Iranian people in Khuzestan and other provinces are protesting over water shortage and difficulties in accessing the drinkable water. Again, the government has shut down the Internet in Khuzestan and many people have been killed.

The facilities of Internet blackout are provided by a private company called Arvan cloud. This company is established in Germany by Softqloud GmbH. Also, Arvan cloud has the ongoing project on Iranian national Internet network which will isolate the Iranian’s Internet access from the world wide web. The CEO of Arvan cloud believes that they are only a private company which is providing the blackout services to the government. We believe this company contributes to the Internet blackout policy and massacre of demonstrators in Iran. This social movement urges the United Nations and human rights organizations to take an action against the brutal Iran's regime and also German parliament (Bundestag) to control Softqloud GmbH and its services to Iran's regime which have been used against human rights and freedom speech.

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