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Military Junta: Daily Brief

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By Human Rights Watch
MYANMAR’s military junta has put forward a draconian bill that would give it sweeping powers to access user data, block websites, order internet shutdowns, and imprison critics and officials at noncomplying companies
The military junta in Myanmar should immediately drop all charges and unconditionally release all those arbitrarily arrested since the military seized power on February 1.
It should also scrap a draconian bill that would give it sweeping powers to access user data, block websites, order internet shutdowns, and imprison critics and officials at noncomplying companies.
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