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Does Kazakhstan Want to Spy on Internet Traffic?
December 04, 2015

Does Kazakhstan Want to Spy on Internet Traffic?

By Casey Michel
Astana might be gearing up to exert more control over the internet browsing of Kazakhs.

Sri Lanka Moves in the Right Direction on Internet Freedom
October 29, 2015

Sri Lanka Moves in the Right Direction on Internet Freedom

By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka’s new government moves in the right direction on internet freedom, although concerns about surveillance technologies persist.
What is Life in the Aralkum Like?
June 13, 2015

What is Life in the Aralkum Like?

By Catherine Putz
One great article and two podcasts you shouldn’t miss. Central Asia links.

China and the East Asian Internet
May 29, 2015

China and the East Asian Internet

By Sarah Cook
Internet freedom is coming under increasing pressure across East Asia, but China’s influence has its limits.

Mongolian Empire 2.0? A World Conquered by Online Freedom
May 14, 2015

Mongolian Empire 2.0? A World Conquered by Online Freedom

By Julian Dierkes, Trevor Kennedy, Melanie Schweiger, Christina Toepell
Mongolia plays host to a conference on Internet freedom.

Turkmenistan's War on Satellite Dishes
April 25, 2015

Turkmenistan's War on Satellite Dishes

By Catherine Putz
Are Ashgabat's satellite dishes an eyesore or a lifeline to information?

How Central Asian Governments Monitor Their Citizens
November 22, 2014

How Central Asian Governments Monitor Their Citizens

By Casey Michel
A Privacy International report shows just how comprehensive the surveillance is.
Laos’ Internet Law Undermines Free Speech
November 05, 2014

Laos’ Internet Law Undermines Free Speech

By Mong Palatino
It appears the law gives the government broad scope to treat legitimate criticism as criminal.

Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
October 12, 2014

Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace

By Jessica Woodall
Cybersecurity can help Australia take its existing engagement with Vietnam to the next level.

North Korea Bans Wi-Fi for Foreigners
September 11, 2014

North Korea Bans Wi-Fi for Foreigners

By Zachary Keck
Embassies and international organizations in North Korea will no longer be able to use Wi-Fi networks.

How China Dismantled the Uyghur Internet
July 22, 2014

How China Dismantled the Uyghur Internet

By Henryk Szadziewski & Greg Fay
In a 10 month period, China destroyed 80% of the Uyghur Internet in a massive digital book burning.
Singapore Website Goes Offline Due to Licensing Woes
December 23, 2013

Singapore Website Goes Offline Due to Licensing Woes

By Mong Palatino
Singapore’s “light touch” to regulating online content proves too onerous for one site.

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