Sunday, March 14, 2010
Iran has arrested 30 people for waging what it called an organized, U.S.-backed cyber war against the nation, Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency reported Saturday.
Iran’s judiciary said those arrested were funded by the United States beginning in 2006 and that they planned to destabilize the country, according to Fars.
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A State Department spokesman declined to comment on the report Saturday night.
The Iranian judiciary said that former President George W. Bush supplied $400 million for the cyber war project, Fars reported.
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