Myanmar's Union Parliament amended the Law Protecting the Privacy and Security of Citizens to end the exploitation of the legislation, The Irrawaddy reports. The law enables citizens to file lawsuits against authorities if their privacy is infringed upon. More than 900 lawsuits have been filed, including those filed by authorities against their critics. The amendment permits prosecutions under the law to only target authorities in cases brought by members of the public.
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