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No ‘Arab Spring’ here, please

[Vietnam country report to SEAPA’s 2012 Press Freedom Report, Online media is the space to watch] Another year of a roller-coaster… Read More

New government with old problems for the media

[Thailand country report to SEAPA’s 2012 Press Freedom Report, Online media is the space to watch] Freedom of expression and opinion… Read More

The party’s over for openness, more restrictions expected

[Indonesia country report to SEAPA’s 2012 Press Freedom Report, Online media is the space to watch] On the morning of 6… Read More

State media monopoly in a ‘full market economy’

[Laos country report to SEAPA’s 2012 Press Freedom Report, Online media is the space to watch] The Year 2011 was marked… Read More

Shifting gears to reforms?

[Burma country report to SEAPA’s 2012 Press Freedom Report, Online media is the space to watch] The most significant prisoner amnesty… Read More

Prachatai: A Case of Intermediary Liability under the Computer Crimes Act

[The following is a case summary on the case of Chiranuch Premchaiporn, who is accused of lese majeste charges under… Read More

Caught in the Crossfire: Southeast Asia’s Press Freedom Challenges for 2011

Freedom of expression continues to come under attack in the region where even the more established democracies are witnessing steadily… Read More

[Report] Gagging the Thai Press