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Hackers attacked military-run government websites in Myanmar on Feb 18 as a cyber war erupted after authorities shut down the Internet for a fourth straight night.
As Myanmar's military continues to cut the internet and block social media sites, it also plans to enact laws to further control citizens' access to the internet.
Myanmar's Junta cut internet service and deployed troops around the country on Monday, to quell a burgeoning civil disobedience campaign demanding the return of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
(Reuters) - A group of the world's biggest internet companies joined Myanmar civil society on Thursday in raising alarm over cyber laws floated by the new junta, saying they would contravene fundamental rights and hurt the economy.
More than half a million users joined a new Facebook group created by a critic of the powerful Thai king after the social media company blocked its predecessor under pressure from the government.
Thailand's prime minister and the army denied on Wednesday opposition accusations in parliament that the military targets political opponents and rights activists with online propaganda campaigns run from fake accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
Thailand unveiled an "anti-fake news" centre on Nov 1, the South-East Asian country's latest effort to exert government control over a sweeping range of online content.
Thailand is set to open its first centre to combat fake news, a minister said oCT 29, the latest Asian country to push for greater cyber scrutiny in what activists fear is a smokescreen for targeting critics.