What else happened in Iran-related news last week?
Radio Farda estimated that one channel can earn up to a hundred thousand dollars a year, and that number could continue to rise.
At first the IRGC paid the rumors no mind until Wednesday when their spokesman, Ramezan Sharif, officially acknowledged these reports, responding publicly that the rumors are allegedly false.
Observers in Iran said the demonstrations and protests were a clear indication of Iranian hatred toward a regime that is depriving the people of their basic rights and social freedoms.
The protests of the past two weeks are significant.
"Germany should not be a sanctuary for such people."
The teaching of English usually starts in middle school in Iran, around the ages of 12 to 14, but some primary schools, below that age, also have English classes.
There are many reasons to fear that the protests will fail to achieve their goal of overthrowing the regime.
The indictment described the culprit as a "self-professed expert" in hacking who had worked on behalf of Iran's military to attack Israeli infrastructure.