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Intermediaries are targets in new attempts to suppress free expression online in Southeast Asia

Internet experts from Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia expressed concern about the ongoing regional trend of targeting online intermediaries in attempts… Read More

Webmaster’s trial highlights IT authorities’ criteria, procedure of policing Internet

[Original title: Webmaster’s trial highlights Thai IT authorities’ criteria, procedure of policing Internet] The trial of webmaster Chiranuch Premchaiporn, who… Read More

Civil society groups oppose government plan to impose Internet censorship

[Original title: Civil society groups oppose Malaysian government plan to impose Internet censorship. The following is a statement co-signed by the… Read More

Nine laws in revised penal code pose threat to freedom of expression

A Cambodian non-government organization recently released a report expressing concern over nine provisions in the kingdom’s newly revised penal code… Read More

Photographer receives eight-year jail term over blast photos

[Source: Mizzima News] Photojournalist Sithu Zeya was sentenced to eight years in jail on 21 December for taking photos of… Read More

Government urged to respect netizens’ rights

Internet activists in Thailand criticized the government for infringing on the rights of online users and called for amending the… Read More

Lower House fails to pass Freedom of Information bill

The Philippine Lower House did not pass the Freedom of Information bill in its last session on 4 June 2010… Read More

SEAPA Statement: Government should respect press freedom; media must uphold fairness and accuracy

5 May 2009 The following is a joint statement issued by SEAPA and its founding member in Thailand, the Thai… Read More