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[Thailand] Why is Martial Law imposed mainly on the media?

SEAPA Statement on the Declaration of Martial law in Thailand The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) expresses gravest concern over… Read More

[Thailand] Drop defamation, computer crimes charges against Phuket journalists

Two journalists based in Phuket, Thailand were charged yesterday under the country’s controversial Computer Crimes Act for relaying a report… Read More

SEAPA at the #IGF2013

Statements Joint statement on “Miss Internet Bali” and women’s participation at the Internet Governance Forum 2013 From AJI Indonesia: National Internet… Read More

[Indonesia] National Internet Policy Must Follow Global Standards and Principles

SEAPA member AJI Indonesia held a discussion in internet governance prior to the IGF in Bali, and they have come to… Read More

[Indonesia] “Miss Internet Bali” and women’s participation at the Internet Governance Forum 2013

To APJII (Indonesian Internet Service Providers’ Association) cc: Organisers of IGF 2013, IGF MAG, IGF Secretariat [Bahasa Indonesia Version below.… Read More

2013 Fellowship: Commons amid contrast

Burma and Singapore are obviously different: from economic development levels to political structures, they sit on opposite ends of a… Read More

[Singapore] The ‘economics’ of defamation

In 2002, global business news agency Bloomberg made headlines when it issued a public apology and paid substantial damages for… Read More

[Singapore] Shaking off the fear of state censorship – youth hold out hope

SINGAPORE – Twenty-two-year-old Wendy (not her real name), on her first day as a Hospitality Intern in a budget tourist… Read More