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More Iranians Surf the Web:

In 1999, only 500,000 Iranians had access to the Internet. By late 2003, the number was estimated to be over 2 million.  By mid 2011, it was estimated that Internet use and access in Iran had reached 21-22 per 100 in the population, translating to 16-18 million internet users by 2011. At the end of 2013, it is estimated that over 20-22 million Iranians use/access internet on regular basis. These estimates are for Iranians living inside Iran and does not include web surfers among the 5 million Iranians who live outside of Iran. For many, the web is the easiest way to make contact with the outside world.

Graph of Iran Internet Use Growth from 2000 to 2011 per 100 perso - showing Iranian Internet Users growing from less than one million to over 20 million by end of 2011. Iranian Population Demography at the end of 2011 - showing majority of population being young and under the age of 30

Considering that over 55% of Iran's population are under the gae of 30 and about 75% under the age of 40 - there is the potential for much greater internet use in Iran - perhaps double the current levels (40+ million) as the economic consition improve (hence Iranians' purchasing power) and the Government control and restriction of internet user and access is reduced/lifted.

Freedom of Internet use and access ranking of 60 countries in the World. Iran is ranked the last - i.e. lowest Internet access freedom in the world for the 3rd year in the row since 2011

In a country full of paradox, the Internet has been one of the biggest

Authorities allowed it to expand in the 1990s without any serious controls -- even as they hunted for illegal satellite television dishes and Western movie videos. The huge online appetite has been fed by thousands of Internet cafes, low-cost computers from East Asia and a rush of entrepreneurs offering Internet accounts.

Other tightly run nations -- such as Saudi Arabia and China -- keep reins on the Internet. In Iran, almost anything is a click away. Beside blogging, Iranians spend time in chat rooms, download music, read poetry, visit any of the countless Farsi news sites or even surf the erotic offerings.

At its present course, Internet usage in Iran is expected to grow sevenfold to 15 million users by 2006, according to studies cited by the Middle East Economic Digest. More than half of Iran's 68 million are under 25 years old and hungry for the Web.

68,278,826 (July 2003 est.)

Age structure:
0-14 years: 29.3% (male 10,279,588; female 9,727,668)
15-64 years: 65.9% (male 22,916,431; female 22,095,124)
65 years and over: 4.8% (male 1,625,113; female 1,634,902) (2003 est.)

Median age:
total: 22.9 years
male: 22.7 years
female: 23.2 years (2002)

Iranian-Americans reported among most highly educated in U.S.

Known as Persia until 1935, Iran became an Islamic republic in 1979 after the ruling shah was forced into exile. Conservative clerical forces established a theocratic system of government with ultimate political authority vested in a learned religious scholar. A group of Iranian students seized the US Embassy in Tehran on 4 November 1979 and held it until 20 January 1981. During 1980-88, Iran fought a bloody, indecisive war with Iraq over disputed territory. Over the past decade, popular dissatisfaction with the government, driven by demographic changes, restrictive social policies, and poor economic conditions, has created a powerful and enduring pressure for political reform.

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