Although unshackled from decades of direct censorship, journalists in Myanmar still face repressive laws that can land them in prison and say they will not stop fighting for greater freedom.
A Myanmar man reads a local journal in Yangon on August 20, 2012. Myanmar says it has abolished media censorship, delighting journalists who have lived for decades under the shadow of the censors' marker pen.
The end of pre-publication checks is the latest reform by a regime seeking the lifting of Western sanctions, but there are concerns that without wider changes a climate of fear will persist and self-censorship prevail.
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