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Pornography was still widely blocked, as were content relatings to alcohol and drugs, gambling websites, online dating sites, sex education, gay and lesbian content, and web censorship circumvention tools.In 2012 almost all of the previously blocked websites of opposition political parties, critical political content, and independent news sites were accessible, with only 5 of 541 tested URLs categorised as political content blocked.According to World Internet Stats statistics as of June 2012, the country had over 534,930 Internet users (1.0% of the population) with the vast majority of the users hailing from the two largest cities, Yangon and Mandalay.Although 42 cities across the country have access to the Internet, the number of users outside Yangon and Mandalay is just over 10,000.The Internet in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) has been available since 2000 when the first Internet connections were established.

Cybercafes were required by law to keep records on their customers’ activities and provide police access to the records upon request.However, many cafes do not systematically enforce such monitoring, often assisting their users in circumventing censorship instead.In response the government increased surprise inspections of cybercafes, cafes posted signs warning users not to visit certain websites.The popularity of Internet cafés declined with the emergence of cheap mobile internet with the improvement in telecommunication infrastructure following the liberalization.However, they are still widely present, especially in Yangon and Mandalay and are used extensively for blogging and other activities. The internet access for home use in other towns except Yangon and Mandalay is only ADSL, provided by MPT. For ADSL, MPT's fixed-line phone (new installation) price is 325,000 Myanmar Kyat (US0 estimated) in 2017.Laws regulating the Internet include the Computer Science Development Law (1996), the Wide Area Network Order (2002), and the Electronic Transactions Law (2004), while the Printers and Publishers Registration Act (1962) regulates the media.

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