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Myanmar's digital dictatorship

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3 Nov 2022

Myanmar’s digital dictatorship is devastating people’s fundamental human rights.

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Myanmar CCTV camera

Track and target: FAQ on Myanmar CCTV cameras and facial recognition

4 Aug 2022

The military junta in Myanmar is rolling out China-made CCTV cameras with facial recognition capabilities to intensify surveillance against the people.

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Track and target: FAQ on Myanmar CCTV cameras and facial recognition
4 Aug 2022
Track and target: FAQ on Myanmar CCTV cameras and facial recognition
header image: pushing back against IMEI registration in Myanmar

Myanmar IMEI FAQ: how the junta could disconnect the resistance

7 Jul 2022

Myanmar’s proposed IMEI rules raise surveillance and connectivity risks. Telco operators must prepare to push back.

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Myanmar IMEI FAQ: how the junta could disconnect the resistance
7 Jul 2022
Myanmar IMEI FAQ: how the junta could disconnect the resistance
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Access marks up the Myanmar government’s telecom “Masterplan”

12 Aug 2015

Access responds to the Myanmar government’s call for comment on its Draft Telecommunications Masterplan, a document that lays out a plan for the country’s telecommunications regime.

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Access marks up the Myanmar government’s telecom “Masterplan”
12 Aug 2015
Access marks up the Myanmar government’s telecom “Masterplan”
UPR: Universal Periodic Review

Digital rights are human rights: Holding Australia, Georgia, Myanmar, and Nauru to account at the U.N.

10 Sep 2020

When member states fail to protect human rights — such as by cutting off internet access in the middle of a global pandemic — we leverage the UPR process to call attention to that failure and press for change.

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Digital rights are human rights: Holding Australia, Georgia, Myanmar, and Nauru to account at the U.N.
10 Sep 2020
Digital rights are human rights: Holding Australia, Georgia, Myanmar, and Nauru to account at the U.N.
Digital rights

Access Now’s statement on Myanmar at the U.N. Human Rights Council

23 Mar 2022

Myanmar’s military is engaged in a digital coup, and the international community must act. We spoke at the United Nations on Myanmar during the 49th session of the Human Rights Council to offer our recommendations.

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Access Now’s statement on Myanmar at the U.N. Human Rights Council
23 Mar 2022
Access Now’s statement on Myanmar at the U.N. Human Rights Council
Myanmar Counter-terrorism Law

Myanmar’s “counter-terrorism” by-laws must be denounced for what they are – illegal

19 Apr 2023

Myanmar’s counter-terrorism by-laws will allow the junta to access people’s personal data and tag them as terrorists.

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Myanmar’s “counter-terrorism” by-laws must be denounced for what they are – illegal
19 Apr 2023
Myanmar’s “counter-terrorism” by-laws must be denounced for what they are – illegal

Expanding into Myanmar, telcos must confront ethical questions

7 Mar 2013

As Burma solicits bids from telcos to build out its telecommunications infrastructure, the country is making it clear that they’re open for business.

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Expanding into Myanmar, telcos must confront ethical questions
7 Mar 2013
Expanding into Myanmar, telcos must confront ethical questions

Myanmar bid by world’s largest telcos puts user rights in play

26 Apr 2013

The proposed Myanmar partnership with China Mobile is a chance for Vodafone to test and improve its policies, and train its partner in human rights best practices.

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Myanmar bid by world’s largest telcos puts user rights in play
26 Apr 2013
Myanmar bid by world’s largest telcos puts user rights in play

Analysis: the Myanmar junta’s Cybersecurity Law would be a disaster for human rights

27 Jan 2022

The Myanmar junta’s efforts to achieve ultimate control over civic space is continuing — through a devastating draft Cybersecurity Law.

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Analysis: the Myanmar junta’s Cybersecurity Law would be a disaster for human rights
27 Jan 2022
Analysis: the Myanmar junta’s Cybersecurity Law would be a disaster for human rights