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Communication authorities intimidate news site, blogger, lawyer

[The following is a statement from the Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ), a SEAPA associate member based in Kuala Lumpur,… Read More

Junta accused of slowing, cutting Internet connection ahead of elections

Source: Mizzima   Burmese Internet users on the Bagan Net provider are having their connections cut regularly and when working,… Read More

Government creates agency to pursue lese majeste violators online

Thailand’s Cabinet approved on 15 June 2010 the creation of an online crime agency that will go after violators of… Read More

Government orders Internet café owners to install applications to block certain websites, track online users’ activities

Vietnamese Internet users may soon find themselves unable to access certain websites and even track their online activities, Google said… Read More

Another blogger quizzed by police

[Original title: A new Malaysian blogger targeted for policing] Threat-Alert- Malaysia: The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), a leading advocate for… Read More

Website under investigation

SEAPA is gravely concerned by reports that the Malaysian government is stepping up its censorship of the Internet. On 13… Read More

ISA, sedition charge threats vs webmasters

[Original title: Malaysia threatens to use Internal Security Act, sedition laws vs webmasters] The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) is gravely… Read More

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