Myanmar’s Internet Suppression


In the early hours of Feb. 1, Myanmar’s military seized power in a coup that has ignited months of mass protests. The military junta’s security forces have since killed more than 550 civilians in crackdowns on the pro-democracy protesters, including children.

To try to suppress protests, the junta has imposed increasing restrictions on internet access, culminating in a near total shutdown as of April 2.

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