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[Indonesia] Internet policy and implementation

A survey conducted by Indonesian Internet Service Provider Association (APJII) in collaboration with Communication Research Center, University of Indonesia reveals… Read More

[Singapore] From heavy-handed to a calibrated approach

Online Freedom of Expression in Singapore by ANG Peng Hwa, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore[1] Key Laws/Policies Affecting Online Free Expression… Read More

[Malaysia] A trend toward censorship and control

When it was first launched in 1996, Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) was designed to turn the country into an… Read More

[Philippines] Unregulated Internet faces challenges

The Republic of the Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,100 islands spread over 300,000 square km. It is… Read More

[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

[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

Neither side gives way

Freedom of expression remains in a serious situation in Vietnam, as the government struggles to control online communication in the… Read More

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