Maedeh Hojabri, an year-old gymnast, was arrested for posting clips of herself performing dance routines to her thousands of Instagram followers. State TV broadcast a video on Friday in which Ms Hojabri acknowledged breaking moral norms, although it is unclear whether the statement was made under duress. In response, women across Iran have taken to social media to post videos of themselves dancing, in protest against her detention.
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Iran has arrested a number of people over videos that were posted on Instagramincluding a young woman who filmed herself dancing to music. According to activists, Maedeh Hojabri was one of a number of users behind popular Instagram accounts who have been arrested. The identities of the other detainees have not been confirmed.
The announcement did not indicate how many women have been banned or identify them by name. Nor did it explain where and when they competed in China or why they were being penalized. Iranian authorities have penalized female athletes in the past for participating in international competitions without the hijab, the head-to-toe Shia-Islamic dress code that all women are legally required to observe in public.
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The encounter of Iranian society with feminism happened over a century ago, contemporary with the inception of modernity. The first public account of Iranian feminism is Tahereh Qorat-al-Eyn, an intellectual figure of the constitutional revolution, a poet, and the first woman to drop her veil publicly and to call for equality of men and women. Condemned to heresy, she was executed in at the age of 36 for her affiliation with the Babist movement.
Computers in Iran have been hardest hit by a dangerous computer worm that tries to steal information from industrial control systems. According to data compiled by Symantecnearly 60 percent of all systems infected by the worm are located in Iran. Indonesia and India have also been hard-hit by the malicious software, known as Stuxnet.