Myanmar hackers target military-run propaganda sites in online protest

Hacking group says move is akin to ‘mass protesting of people in front of government websites’

Hackers in Myanmar have targeted key state websites, including the military’s propaganda page, as part of an online battle with the junta, which has repeatedly imposed internet shutdowns and blocked social media sites.

A group called Myanmar Hackers disrupted websites including the Central Bank, the military-run propaganda agency True News Information Team and state-run broadcaster MRTV, as part of a civil disobedience movement designed to prevent the junta from functioning.

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