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.
But for many civil rights activists who had called for parliament to repeal the Telecommunications Act, lawmakers have failed to tackle the issue.
After Tun Hla kept yelling, MP Ye Myint Swe walked up to him and slapped him across the face.
The controversial law, which covers “online defamation”, has been used to silence government critics and the media.
As Internet and mobile phone use surge, more women are experiencing abusive online posting of intimate private photos without their consent.
The NLD is pressing charges against two men accused of insulting the party’s chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi in a drunken, obscenity-laced rant.