More than 200 ex-servicemen participated in a demonstration yesterday to show their support to the military and call Facebook to reinstate military Facebook accounts.
A surge of suspicious Twitter accounts has descended on users in Southeast Asia, leaving many to wonder what the platform is doing to ensure their privacy.
Burma’s lower house of parliament today approved a bill granting the government power to oversee public misuse of the Internet.
The freelancer allegedly posted a tongue-in-cheek comment on Facebook, but then called Khet Aung “the worst chief minister” in the country.
Netizen allegedly referred to Ko Aung’s ban of a Buddhist mantra as “An evil act by the religious affairs minister”.
NLD members in Lewe sued for ‘online defamation’ by administrator who was himself being sued for corruption.