Myanmar’s technology news
in March 2021
Technology news from Myanmar in March 2021 covered items across a range of areas, including information access during the military coup, social media’s banning of military-run disinformation networks, the work of hacktivists on behalf of civil society and more.
Items listed here present a snapshot of English-language coverage of Myanmar’s technology news headlines for the month, drawn from Startup News Asia’s daily feeds; each item links to the freely-available article behind that headline, in full, online.
This gives followers of Myanmar’s technology scene two useful things instantly:
- an at-a-glance overview of the technology news from Myanmar reported online in March 2021, clearly; and
- one-click access to the full details behind the Myanmar technology news headlines that interest you the most.
You can also download a one-page snapshot of Myanmar’s tech news:
- Myanmar: YouTube removes 5 military-run TV network channels hosted on its platform
- Myanmar: Vimeo video sharing platform reviewing channel created by MRTV, military-controlled television network after bans by Facebook and Youtube
- ICYMI: South Korea to suspend defence and security exchanges, ban export of arms or other strategic items and reconsider development aid to Myanmar due to military coup
- Myanmar: “…an international community of hackers and pro-democracy tech enablers chimed in to oppose the regime’s bloody crackdown on protesters.”
- Myanmar: A look at how TikTok is making the same mistakes around disinformation and fake news that Facebook has already made in the country
- Download: Analysis of the provisions of the draft Cyber Security law (pdf)
The links below will take you to news round-ups focused on particular technologies, rather than technology news from a particular location:
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