Technology news: Myanmar
The April 2021 Myanmar’s technology news round-up below collects the month’s headline items including, obviously, the impacts of the military coup across social media, communications and banking.
The Myanmar tech headlines below are pulled from Startup News Asia’s daily feeds, with each headline linking you to the online article behind it. This gives you:
- an at-a-glance overview of Myanmar’s tech news in April 2021; and
- full access to the Myanmar tech articles that are of most interest.
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More from Myanmar:
- Myanmar: Military junta relaxes internet blocks on selected business-related apps, likely a step towards a censorship model permitting only military-approved channels
- Myanmar: Three Fingers For Democracy, an online project allowing creatives to upload works supporting Myanmar’s fight for human rights, freedom and democracy
- ‘Digital dictatorship’: “Protesters in Myanmar fear they are being tracked with Chinese facial recognition technology…”
- Myanmar’s Unsustainable Social Media Shutdown
- Nikkei Asia’s Spotlight section, focusing on the military coup in Myanmar, and covering some of the technological considerations
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