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3rd Digital Rights Forum calls for better regulated, freer, safer online space — ဥပဒေရေးဆွဲရာတွင် အများပြည်သူ သဘောထားများကို အလေးထားရယူ၍ ပိုမိုကောင်းမွန်သော ဥပဒေများနှင့် နည်းပညာပတ်ဝန်းကျင်ကို အမှန်တကယ်လွတ်လပ်၍ လုံခြုံသော နေရာတစ်ခုအဖြစ် တည်ဆောက်ရမည်ဟူသော တောင်းဆိုချက်များဖြင့် တတိယအကြိမ်မြောက် မြန်မာ့ဒီဂျစ်တယ် အခွင့်အရေးဖိုရမ်အား အဆုံးသတ်

The third Myanmar Digital Rights Forum concluded on 19 January in Yangon with a call for new policy and regulation that would safeguard digital rights in Myanmar, and a fully consultative process to achieve this. Participants welcomed the government’s announcement of its plans for open

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What really happened with the reform of 66(d)

FEM’s analysis of the government’s recent reform of the Telecommunications Act, including Article 66(d), has been published in Frontier Myanmar: The 66(d) amendment: tinkering at the edges On August 29, President U Htin Kyaw signed into law long-awaited amendments to the 2013 Telecommunications Law that

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Right to Information Bill

Myanmar is one of the most corrupt countries in the world with one of the most unaccountable governments. This is partly because the government is very secretive and many public officials believe that the information they keep on budgets, policies, and projects is secret. Myanmar

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Public Service Media Bill

Myanmar has a number of government-controlled broadcasters on radio and television, including channels run by the Ministry of Information and by the military. The government needs to end all government-controlled broadcasters and create a public service broadcaster. The USDP government proposed a Public Service Media