Feb 20, 2009 (DVB), Rangoon divisional court today upheld an appeal by blogger Nay Phone Latt and reduced his sentence by eight and a half years, according to his mother[…]
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Dec 10, 2008 (DVB), Detained blogger Nay Phone Latt has said he feels a greater sense of responsibility since being honoured by international media association Reporters Without Borders, his mother[…]
Dec 4, 2008 (DVB), Reporters Without Borders has awarded one of its annual prizes to Burmese comedian and activist Zarganar and blogger Nay Phone Latt, both of whom are currently[…]
Nov 11, 2008 (DVB)-Burmese authorities on Monday sentenced blogger Nay Phone Latt who was arrested early this year to 20 years in prison, his family said. Nay Phone Latt, 29,[…]
Jul 9, 2008 (DVB), Blogger Nay Phone Latt appeared before Insein prison court for the first time yesterday where he heard three charges against him, including causing public alarm, his[…]
Nay Phone Latt says he is eager to return to writing, and hopes to set up internet education initiatives in underdeveloped rural Burma
Nay Phone Latt honoured for ‘paying the cost’ of speaking out for the defence of freedom in Burma, one of the world’s harshest media environments
A new politically charged generation has the chance to vote for the first time. What will be the issues in their minds as they go to the polls?
Panellists on DVB Debate discuss whether the government is trying to remain in control of the press by invoking current laws that actually stop journalists from doing their jobs.
With internet access rapidly expanding in Burma and the price on SIM-cards and smartphones falling, more and more people are using social media. But while it can be a way to keep in touch with friends or promote your company, media analysts warn that it can also be a source of hate speech and fear mongering.