After widespread outcry among those following the Iran protests online, Twitter has agreed to postpone a service interruption that had been planned for tonight.

A critical network upgrade must be performed to ensure continued operation of Twitter. In coordination with Twitter, our network host had planned this upgrade for tonight. However, our network partners at NTT America recognize the role Twitter is currently playing as an important communication tool in Iran. Tonight's planned maintenance has been rescheduled to tomorrow between 2-3p PST (1:30a in Iran).

Good for them, and an amazing reminder of how America is, in fact, interfering in Iranian politics. Not with spies or coup plots but with simple, democratizing technology.

Here, via The Lede, is the most recent Twitter post from Mousavi1388:

We have no national press coverage in Iran, everyone should help spread Mousavi’s message. One Person = One Broadcaster.