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 parliament had been debating for a month. Amending the law’s notorious section 66(d), which criminalises undefined online “defamation”, had been a common demand from civil society because the section was undemocratic and amounted to censorship. Read the full article on Frontier Myanmar website »