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authormhkjahromi <>2019-12-07 15:02:20 (GMT)
committermhkjahromi <>2019-12-09 17:52:24 (GMT)
commit9949814824912378abc282213184eebdc7955aad (patch)
parent2785932ca3816be9214e5757b3a312f3869d53a7 (diff)
Enable call recording for Iranlineage-17.0
Change-Id: I5640405d9bd38ac3d83fd618543190c1b0d800fb
1 files changed, 23 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/java/com/android/dialer/callrecord/res/xml/call_record_states.xml b/java/com/android/dialer/callrecord/res/xml/call_record_states.xml
index 68ae652..9907fe9 100644
--- a/java/com/android/dialer/callrecord/res/xml/call_record_states.xml
+++ b/java/com/android/dialer/callrecord/res/xml/call_record_states.xml
@@ -686,6 +686,29 @@
<country iso="is" allowed="false" />
+ <!-- Enable recording for Iran:
+ Based on Article 25 of the Iranian Constitution, recording one's own calls, as a private
+ citizen for archival reasons, is not illegal. The sharing of said recordings with a third
+ party is forbidden based on the aforementioned legal document. According to Article 730 of
+ the Iranian Cybercrime Law, wiretapping a call which can be defined as non-public is a
+ crime and may lead to a punishment in the form of imprisonment for a period of six months
+ to two years, or a fine of ten to forty million rials, or both. There is currently no
+ punishment for the act of recording one's own calls in the Iranian Penal Code, thus the act
+ itself is not criminally punishable. Sharing said recordings in a way that causes injury to
+ the other party might be criminally punishable. Caution is advised, due to the geopolitical
+ situation surrounding the Islamic Republic of Iran.
+ Constitution:
+ Penal Code of 2013 (in Persian):
+ Cybercrime Law (in Persian):
+ Legal article (in Persian):
+ -->
+ <country iso="ir" allowed="true" />
<!-- Enable recording for Italy and Vatican City State:
It is not illegal to record a conversation, as parties to calls automatically accept the
risk that a call may be recorded. Making a recording available to other parties is a