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Human rights activists worldwide marked the 39th birthday of Iranian national Saeed Malekpour, taking to social media Thursday to offer well wishes and demanding his immediate release from prison. A permanent resident of Canada who worked as a web developer, Malekpour was arrested by Iran's Revolutionary Guard in 2008 during a visit to Tehran.
Charged with "insulting and desecrating Islam" for allegedly managing a network of pornographic websites, Iran's Supreme Court originally gave Malekpour the death sentence before commuting it to life imprisonment in 2012. Malekpour originally claimed innocence, saying a software program he created for a client was used without his knowledge to post pornographic images. He later confessed to wrongdoing, however, allegedly under pressure by Iranian authorities.