2018 2019 Internet Freedom Status Not Free Not Free A. Obstacles to Access (0-25) 10 10 B. Limits on Content (0-35) 16 16 C. Violations of User Rights (0-40) 10 10 TOTAL* (0-100) 36 36 *0 = least free, 100 = most free. A total score
NGOs call on parliament to consult on draft privacy law amendment – နိုင်ငံသားများ၏ ပုဂ္ဂိုလ်ဆိုင်ရာလွတ်လပ်မှုနှင့် ပုဂ္ဂိုလ်ဆိုင်ရာလုံခြုံမှုကိုကာကွယ်ပေးသည့် ဥပဒေအား ပြင်ဆင် သည့် ဥပဒေကြမ်းနှင့်စပ်လျဉ်း၍ပြည်ထောင်စုလွှတ်တော်နာယက ထံသို့ အရပ်ဖက် အဖွဲ့အစည်းများ၏ အိတ်ဖွင့်ပေးစာ။
The Draft Amendment Bill of the Law Protecting the Privacy and Security of Citizens was published on the Union Parliament website on 25 February 2019, in order to inform the public. We welcome the government’s attempt to amend the privacy law. Since its adoption in
Across Myanmar, women human rights defenders (WHRDs) exercise their right to freedom of expression to expose discrimination and injustice, name-and-shame perpetrators, and speak uncomfortable truths to power. In doing so, they risk retaliation including physical, sexual, and psychological gender-based violence (GBV). The risk of GBV
Nine months after Myanmar CSOs wrote to Mark Zuckerberg raising concerns about content moderation, what has changed? What positive steps have been taken and what negative ones? What should happen next? This is just one session at the Myanmar Digital Rights Forum, 18-19 January in Yangon.
The Myanmar Digital Rights Forum 2019 will be held on 18-19 January 2019. We want to design the MDRF based on what you want and in the format that you prefer. We would like to hear from you what you would like to discuss or
The Law Protecting the Privacy and Security of Citizens was adopted by the National League for Democracy government on 8 March 2017 to enact Article 357 of the Constitution. Article 8(f) Article 8(f) criminalises defamation: “no one shall act in any way to slander or harm