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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Criminal content censorship (filtering) is a crucial subject which is being carried out in the Islamic Republic at high expenses, and the determination of its examples is legally handed over to a special committee of the Prosecutor General. Debate is going on about the efficiency of this kind of defensive mechanism against cultural intrusion and preserving political and economic interests. This article first tries to rely on jurisprudential stances and general principles derived from the Quran and traditions, in order to provide Islamic general policies about ethics, religion, politics and economics that exist in the real world, and then to offer general policies about safeguarding them, with the aim of defining them in the virtual world. Filtering, as a component of the country's defensive system, necessitates the adaptation of its general policies to the virtual world, which then could be used for analyzing the country's general filtering policies.