GNI Statement of Concern on Proposed Cybersecurity Law in Myanmar

Given the severe social, economic, and human rights consequences that the draft cybersecurity law is likely to have on both users and companies inside the country, GNI calls on the Myanmar military to withdraw and reconsider the law.

Concerns About Network Disruptions and Restrictions on Freedom of Expression in Myanmar

We call on government authorities in Myanmar to immediately restore full network connectivity, reverse orders blocking social media sites, and refrain from issuing further orders or putting pressure on internet and telecommunications companies that contravene the country’s international human rights law commitments, including the freedom of opinion and expression and privacy.

2021-03-19T16:04:35+00:00February 9, 2021|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, network disruptions|Tags: , , |

GNI Welcomes Facebook’s Publication of its Human Rights Impact Assessment in Myanmar

GNI welcomes Facebook’s full publication of an independent report assessing the human rights impacts of the company in Myanmar, formerly Burma, where some estimated 20 million of the 50 million population are Facebook users.

Facebook commissioned Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), a business network and consultancy […]

2020-12-09T17:42:23+00:00November 7, 2018|Categories: media releases, Publication|Tags: , , |
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