Iran's internet users details to be kept on record for six months

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A new law, due to be implemented in two days time, will make it compulsory for all internet cafes in Iran to keep a record of their customers.

Internet cafes will have to register user details such as identification card numbers, names of parents and home addresses.

Iran's authorities say the new law will help fight internet fraud.

Video produced by BBC Persian's Negin Shiraghaei.

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