It all started in the spring of 2014 in Tehran. A bunch of kids who studied in one of the best high schools in Iran, just took Konkoor exam (a standardized test widely used for college admissions in Iran) and instead of playing around or just studying their courses, they wanted to start a project and do something real not just studying.
Almost every country has some kind of internet censorship and measures they would take, depending on their beliefs, cultures and laws. But we are not here to talk about the right or wrong and we are not here to explore the origins of this restrictions in our time but to rather explore the possibilities and opportunities that these restrictions provided for some startups in Iran...
Yesterday, Iran's Deputy Minister of ICT announced that Telegram has finally agreed to move its servers to Iran but a few hours later the minister of ICT and Pavel Durov in his Telegram channel rejected this claim.
Lahzenegar is a live broadcasting service for smartphones. Users can register for a free account on the app and live stream their moments with others. Currently more than 200 events have been live streamed by Lahzenegar.