The internet's wonderful that way. They differ in no substantive way from the way in which they're portrayed in the article. The dangerous part of the laws is how they conflate speech acts with political acts, and then brand any human rights organization that receives outside funds as having allowed "foreign intervention" in political affairs. One has to ask oneself what sort of speech wouldn't constitute a political act. Presumably the sort that they liked.
Iran's Parliament speaker says he supports nuclear deal (AP)