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Hong Kong may limit internet access to curb unrest

Internet is crucial to protesters who use online forums and encrypted messaging apps to mobilise.

Rights group, journalists urge govt to lift internet ban in Papua

Journalists say the government's move to block internet access in Papua will prevent them from reporting on human rights abuses there.

Indonesia blocks Papua’s internet access over unrest fears

Indonesia initially slowed internet service to clamp down on hoaxes, provocative comments and racist abuse targeting Papua's ethnic Melanesian population.

Access to Microsoft’s Bing restored for some users in China

Bing's website was accessible on mobile as well as broadband connections, but it remains unclear whether service resumption was temporary or permanent.

More than 10,000 schools have internet access, says Maszlee

The education minister says the majority of these schools are in the rural areas and that his ministry is reviewing the 1BestariNet programme.

Putrajaya wants new homes to be equipped with internet facility

The government is planning to table a bill to make it compulsory for all new housing projects to have internet facility.

PH mulls making internet access constitutional right

Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo says it will provide access to information without any political elements.

‘No need to block Internet access to civil servants’

Responding to Singapore's move, Chief Secretary to the Government Ali Hamsa says leaking of government information is not a major issue here.

Singapore civil servants to lose Internet access

City-state moves to cut off online activity on some 100,000 workstations in government departments, hoping to complete process by May 2017