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Iranian democracy activists, meet your new pals: a masked protest movement best known for needling the Church of Scientology, and a group of file-sharers so infamous they're facing a year in jail.

Anonymous Iran is a collaboration between The Pirate Bay – operators of the world's largest torrent site, convicted in April of copyright infringement – and Anonymous, the prankster collective dedicated to exposing "Scientology's crimes."The new site offers tips on how to navigate online in private, upload files through the Iranian firewall, find the best activist Tweeters, and launch attacks on pro-government websites.

This week, The Pirate Bay launched its virtual private network service that promises to mask users' indentities online. Earlier this month, Sweden's Pirate Party won a seat in the European Union Parliament, after outrage about the file-sharers conviction erupted.

The Islamic Republic of Iran holds elections regularly, but they fall short of democratic standards due in part to the influence of the hard-line Guardian Council, an unelected body that disqualifies all candidates it deems insufficiently loyal to the clerical establishment.

Although there have been modest improvements on some human rights issues under Rouhani, including a gradual reduction in the number of imprisoned journalists, the regime maintained restrictions on freedom of expression, both offline and online, during 2017.

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All 137 women candidates were disqualified by the Guardian Council.Ultimate power rests in the hands of the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and the unelected institutions under his control.These institutions, including the security forces and the judiciary, play a major role in the suppression of dissent and other restrictions on civil liberties.President Rouhani’s main challenger, hard-line cleric Ebrahim Raisi, was known for his role as a judge involved in Iran’s mass executions of political opponents in the 1980s.

In the run-up to the election, the authorities intensified its crackdown on the media, arresting several journalists and administrators of reformist channels on Telegram, the popular messaging app.At the end of the process, relatively moderate Rouhani supporters held more than 40 percent of seats in the parliament, while independents—who included a number of reformists—and hard-liners each took about a third.The result was perceived as a victory for moderates and reformists, though the exact orientations and allegiances of individual lawmakers are often unclear.Moderates and reformists similarly made symbolic gains in the Assembly of Experts, but because so many had been disqualified, the supposedly moderate lists included conservative candidates.

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