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Social media and networking is beginning to play a significant role in daily life. Burmese youths spend much of their free time chatting on the internet and in particular on Facebook and other social networking sites. Previous restrictions on internet use have been lifted, however the intelligence services still monitor internet use and cyber cafes and the draconian laws that have seen many jailed for using the internet to contact exiled organisations and media still remain in place
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BURMA'S SHIFTING SANDS: WHAT LIES BENEATH
Social media and networking is beginning to play a significant role in daily life. Burmese youths spend much of their free time chatting on the internet and in particular on Facebook and other social networking sites. Previous restrictions on internet use have been lifted, however the intelligence services still monitor internet use and cyber cafes and the draconian laws that have seen many jailed for using the internet to contact exiled organisations and media still remain in place