This report aimed to shed light on the face of Internet controls through the peyvandha.ir redirect page. The historiography of the page demonstrates a timeline of the beginning of heightened Internet controls from the inception of the page in 2010 (the year following the creation of the Cyber Crimes Laws) to the present day. The changes in the page essentially demonstrate the evolution of the ways the Iranians state represents its censorship policies. The notions of religious motifs decrease over time whereas the focus on Internet policy becomes more present by the last iteration of the page. The page thus evolves towards a more aesthetically neutral design, while the policies surrounding stringent state regulation and narratives around Internet control, and cultural wars from the west become the focal point content wise. The historiography illustrates the evolution of third generation censorship through web design and layout, as well as the Iranian states want to maintain the concept of the directory in its efforts to control the web that Iranians access.