The military-ruled government of Myanmar is proposing to enact legislation that would see virtual private network (VPN) and digital currency users jailed for up to three years. In addition, offenders face fines of up to $2,800.
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Myanmar’s military-ruled government is proposing to enact a law banning the use of virtual private networks (VPN) and digital currencies in the country. Once the new law goes into effect, violators of the new law face not only jail terms but also a fine.
according to a report published by The Register, individuals caught using VPNs face a potential prison sentence of between one and three years. In addition, offenders can be ordered to pay a fine of US$2,800 or five million Myanmar kyat. Digital currency users, on the other hand, face a minimum prison sentence of six months and a maximum of one year. They also face fines of up to $2,800.
In addition to targeting digital currencies and VPN…