Source: ABC News

Google’s new social networking site, Google+, launched just about three weeks ago and it has already attracted over 10 million members around the world. But Iran can only seem to imagine a negative about Google+, making it harder for Iranians to join.

Iran has blocked access to the new social networking site, calling it a new U.S. government spy tool on the Web. Facebook and Twitter faced similar allegations before they were blocked, too.

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