Extending Censorship Controls in Southeast Asia

The internet has become a powerful tool for information, association and expression for a growing audience in Southeast Asia, but this may be curtailed as governments hone in to extend controls over cyberspace. In examining trends and concerns relating to freedom of expression and access to information in the context of Southeast Asia, Kieran Bergmann contends that as Canada engages more deeply with countries from the region, it should maintain a strong voice on internet freedom amid an overarching trend pointing towards more censorship, regulation, and control of the Internet in Southeast Asia.

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