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Myanmar junta increases pressure on telecom firms

Myanmar junta increases pressure on telecom firms

An order from Myanmar’s Posts and Telecommunications Department (PTD) allegedly insists that senior executives of major telecoms firms, both foreigners and Myanmar nationals, must seek special authorisation to leave the country.

Can social media survive in Vietnam?

Can social media survive in Vietnam?

The incredible reach of social media is causing issues for governments and social media companies alike as they struggle with conflicts between free speech and the perceived interests of the state. The latest example in a growing number comes from Vietnam.

New 4G auctions on the way in Afghanistan

New 4G auctions on the way in Afghanistan

Could we be getting closer to full-scale 4G rollout in Afghanistan? Apparently, additional spectrum has become available in the country in the 1800MHz, 2100MHz and 2600MHz bands for 4G services – and will be auctioned soon.

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