17 Nov 2007
Montri Im-ake of San Pa Tong community radio FM 89.00MHz in Chiang Mai told Prachatai of an order by the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) banning the use of Karen language in community radios near the Thai-Burma border for fear of communicating sensitive information concerning recent unrest inside Burma.
17 Nov 2007
Reporters Without Borders notes that cable TV operators haveresumed distribution of the Pakistani television channels Aaj TV and DawnTV and two foreign news channels, BBC and CNN.
16 Nov 2007
Reporters Without Borders hailed theannouncement that the United States Internet company Yahoo! has settled aCalifornian lawsuit brought by the families of journalist Shi Tao andpro-democracy activist and blogger Wang Xiaoning, who were convicted andimprisoned on information which Yahoo! gave the Chinese authorities.
16 Nov 2007
Security expert warns that Thai society has summoned a genie and is unable to put it back into the lamp.
15 Nov 2007
The Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, continued today with his agenda in  Nay Pyi Taw.
14 Nov 2007
CPJ expressed alarm that the government's plan, which includes amassing recordsof thousands of foreign journalists seeking Olympics accreditation, is apretext to block critical reporters from covering the Games.
13 Nov 2007
A Woman Detainee Suffered from Heart Attack, Two NLD Leaders Sentenced , Recent arrests of monk, NLD-members and Karenni villagers.
13 Nov 2007
Journalists in Pakistan have set up coordinating committees in citiesacross the country to maintain their opposition to emergency decrees issuedby President Pervez Musharraf on 3 November.
13 Nov 2007
"We used the Computer Crime Act, because we didn't want to use a more serious law," said Pol Col Yanapol Yangyeun, Commander of the IT Crime Office of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) under the Ministry of Justice, during a seminar on Thailand's relatively new computer crime law on Nov 8, 2007.
13 Nov 2007
Thousands of Malaysians joined a peaceful rally on 10 November 2007organised by BERSIH, the coalition of 67 civil society groups andfive opposition political parties, to demand for electoral reforms.
12 Nov 2007
A Joint Statement from a group of NGOs that attended the seventh International Colloquium on Human Rights in Sao Paolo, Brazil, organised by NGO Conectas
10 Nov 2007
Pakistan Government meets PFUJ to discuss media crisis


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