Iran has shut down Google Mail’s services on the eve of the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Fox is reporting that the popular service has been eliminated as military units are preparing for possible riots in Tehran.
Police have confiscated satellite dishes from residential rooftops, according to opposition Web sites. Some pedestrians have been quoted saying that their mobile phones were searched and, in some cases, taken by police patrolling areas of the capital where protests have erupted in the past. Iranians have also reported widespread service disruptions of text messaging services, though mobile phones appeared to be operating normally Wednesday.
Tomorrow might be very interesting.