Well—- Clinton was selling secrets to China. Why should these companies be held to hirer standards?
The IRANIANS don’t want their government to get this information. Their government is acting just the same way as the American government. These governments don’t have the people in mind at all. They are AGAINST their own people.
This guy is a Journalist and is now in jail in IRAN, because of our governments inability to tell the TRUTH about what IRAN is. It’s PERSIA. It’s ISLAM. It’s Sharia. Through Islam the Caliphate will rise and MUSLIMS, who are DEVOUT (pure) are the ones who we should fear. The people of Iran, are just people. They just want to survive. But ISLAM won’t let them.
And they, the puritans of ISLAM, are not the PURITANS that came here and survived and lived and thrived. The puritans of Islam are here to INVADE and Conquer. Islam invades, because it can’t produce. Islam enslaves because no one would come to it of free will. The CORE, the PURE, portions of ISLAM are the most EVIL and VILE tenants of any religion.
The moon g-d is the vampire that feeds on the pure and during Ramadan, only, comes out at night to feed.
No media on this one either
Jailed Iranian Journalist Takes Nokia to Court:
August 17, 2010
Isa Saharkhiz, a prominent Iranian journalist who was jailed in the postelection crackdown, has filed a lawsuit against Nokia Siemens Networks and its parent companies Siemens AG and Nokia Inc. for delivering surveillance equipment to Iran.
A spokesperson for Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) has said that the company was studying the text of the complaint.
Saharkhiz told his family following his arrest in July 2009 that authorities had traced him through his through his Nokia cell phone.
Maryland law firm Moawad & Herischi, which filed the case against Nokia on behalf of Saharkhiz, says the lawsuit demands that “Nokia Siemens Networks cease all unlawful support of intercepting centers of the Iranian government.”
It also asks Nokia Siemens Networks to help secure Saharkhiz’s release through the use of “their connections with the Iranian Government.”
Saharkhiz’s relatives say his health has deteriorated as result of mistreatment and torture in jail.
The law firm says the suit is also intended to prevent similar cases in other countries.
Following the postelection crackdown, some Iranians said they would boycott Nokia for assisting the Iranian government in tapping phones.
Iranian Nobel Peace Laureate Shirin Ebadi also criticized certain Western companies, including Nokia and Siemens, for selling technology to Iran that is used to aid censorship and repression.
A Nokia Siemens Network spokeswoman, Riita Maard, told AFP in March that the company doesn’t approve of the misuse of telecommunications equipment.
“We believe that communication and mobile phone technologies play a significant role in the development of societies and the advancement of democracy,” she said.