An article by IANS describes a day in the life of internet censorship in Iran and finds that some 70 percent of young people who use the internet in Iran, where the internet is popular in general, do so using anti-filtering technologies and other technical tricks that allow them to get around government blocks. The article concludes that “surfing the web has become a game of tag in which huge amounts of time and effort are wasted. Rather than actually preventing access, censorship simply complicates the matter a bit.”