The Internet in Burma

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — “You’re going to an Internet freedom forum in Burma?” a friend of mine asked me. “Is that even legal?”

The question didn’t surprise me. Many still imagine Burma as a place where activists and writers meet covertly in doughnut shops, trailed by secret police, and where bloggers and monks alike are thrown into prison for dissent.

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Luke Hunt is a foreign correspondent, author and occasional photographer who has covered much of Asia fr the last 30 years.

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