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[Vietnam] National security to control cyberspace

Since 1975, the Communist Party of Vietnam has solely ruled Vietnam, which has resulted in an extremely weak civil society,… Read More

[Cambodia] Using the Penal Code in the absence of a cybercrime law

The number of internet users in the Kingdom of Cambodia (“Cambodia”) is growing exponentially; the most recent estimate (from the… Read More

[Thailand] Media control for the long term

On 22 May 2016, it will be the second anniversary of the last military coup in Thailand and two years… Read More

[Laos] From watchdog to mouthpiece?

Laos remains stagnant at the low bottom of any international democracy and media indices highlighting it as one of countries… Read More

[Myanmar] Much remains to be done

The November 2015 national elections and the landslide victory of the National League for Democracy (NLD) were critical events in… Read More

[Philippines] Situation remains dangerous for the press; battle for FOI continues

Despite the liberal framework of laws and the assured protection of no less than the Philippine Constitution, press freedom in… Read More

[Malaysia] Tightening restrictions on press freedom and free expression

The past year has seen continuing pressure on the Prime Minister over corruption scandals in which he has been implicated.… Read More

[Vietnam] A dark year for bloggers

The brutal assault of blogger Nguyen Chi Tuyen (a.k.a. Anh Chi) on May 11 last year marked the commence of… Read More

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