Burma’s lower house of parliament today approved a bill granting the government power to oversee public misuse of the Internet.
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Information technology professionals gathered yesterday at the CommuniCast Myanmar 2016 conference at Novotel Yangon Max to discuss the country’s digital future. However, while they were officially there to showcase satellite, fibre optics and broadcasting technologies, they also used the opportunity to demand the right to free expression from the NLD-led government.
With business operations soon to start at the Thilawa Special Economic Zone, Japanese corporation Fuji is set to launch a website advertising job vacancies and skill-development courses for future employees.[…]
Indian-Burmese collaboration on information technology is set to ramp-up with a Mandalay IT institute, modeled on and implemented by the International Institute of Information Technology in Bangalore, the heartland of[…]
Burma’s government is working towards sending the country’s first satellite into space within five years, according to industry magazine Via Satellite. Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technology Thaung Tin[…]
Burmese military-owned Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC) plans to become a telecommunications operator in the near future, according to Minister for Communications and Information Technology Myat Hein. MEC will be the[…]
US lawyers Baker & McKenzie has become the latest in a string of international law firms to open their doors in Rangoon. The office is the 16th for Baker &[…]
A new presidential initiative to create jobs for young people and investment opportunities in Burma’s IT sector was announced by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the[…]