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Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg used the incident as an example of the social network's effectiveness in tackling hate speech to the consternation of Myanmar activists who said they had to repeatedly flag the letter to get the company to act on it.
that Free Basics ended in Myanmar in September 2017, which was also when reports came out that it was censoring information related to ethnic cleansing.
The two-month promotion period will begin on July 29 and run through September 30.
It's important wherever you go, but responsible tourism in Myanmar is an especially hot topic as this country is just opening up to tourism and Western involvement after decades of dictatorship and isolation.
It is now available in more than 50 countries with 81 mobile operator partners around the world.
Today, more than 1,500 services are available on Free Basics worldwide, provided to people in partnership with mobile operators.
Despite having been here for many generations, the Rohingya are still considered by many Burmese to be immigrants, and the government denies them citizenship, making them a stateless people.
There have long been tensions between Myanmars predominantly Buddhist population and the Islamic Rohingya, who speak a language related to those spoken in Bangladesh.
Takashi Shigeno, Marketing Director of KSGM/Joint Operations between MPT and KSGM (KDDI Summit Global Myanmar Co., Ltd.).
“Myanmar presents a great market for LINE, with many people interested in our application.
Effective from July 29 until September 30, every MPT Swe Thahar user can download and use the LINE application without any data charges.
Customers can take advantage of MPT’s free data offering for the following LINE offerings: • Chatting • Sending and receiving stickers • Photo sharing • Updating Home & Timeline • Making and receiving free voice calls on LINE (Up to 50 MB per month per user) At a press conference held at PARKROYAL Hotel on Wednesday morning, MPT announced details of the promotion: a joint collaboration between MPT and LINE aiming to provide Myanmar people the chance to experience the popular messaging application.