Abdolsamad Khoram Abadi, an adviser to Iran's prosecutor general, said [any website] perceived as immoral, anti-social or un-Islamic will be blocked, including the popular sites Facebook and YouTube. Iranians will not have access to many news sites either.
Internet service providers in Iran are already told to block access to political, human rights and women's sites, as well as anything pornographic, Sky News reported.
Okay, ready? Here's my go at getting my blogsite blocked by the Iranian officials:
There once was a goat from Tehran,
Who ran at the sight of an iman,
"Those clerics," he said,
"Especially those named Mohamed,"
"Would **** me each moment they can!"
Did I manage to hit all three? Okay, your turn . . .