Being viewed as an enabler of Iranian governmental spying is perhaps not exactly the sort of image any corporation is looking to project at the moment. So when The Wall Street Journal printed a story stating that the country was using "deep packet inspection" that may or may not have been provided by Nokia Siemens, in order to monitor its citizens, the company was quick to deny any involvement. Nokia Siemens didn't deny providing any monitoring capability, however--the company said that it provided the same sort of legal interception it gives to countries like the UK and US. That capability lets authorities listen in on cell and landline calls.