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Telecoms unconsulted on cyberlaw provisions

Telecommunications companies say they are being left in the dark on the controversial draft law on cybercrime, despite provisions in the proposed law allowing prosecutors to order internet service providers to preserve data for them as part of criminal investigations. Three large telecom firms providing internet ...

Kevin Ponniah
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/telecoms-unconsulted-cyberlaw-provisions

Construction on submarine cable yet to begin

Web surfers and social-media addicts will have to hold out longer in the wait for Cambodia to boost its internet speeds, as construction on the Kingdom’s first submarine internet cable is behind schedule. Paul Blanche-Horgan, CEO of Ezecom, Cambodia’s largest internet provider, confirmed yesterday that the ...

Eddie Morton
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/construction-submarine-cable-yet-begin

Ezecom CEO made ‘oknha’

Paul Blanche-Horgan, the CEO of internet service provider Ezecom, will now be known as Oknha Paul Blanche-Horgan, making him one of the few Westerners to receive the prestigious and sought-after Cambodian title. Awarded by King Norodom Sihanomi in mid-November, the new status brings Blanche-Horgan, who has ...

Daniel de Carteret
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/ezecom-ceo-made-%E2%80%98oknha%E2%80%99

Cambodia, M'sia sign $80 mln agreement for telecom improvement in Cambodia

EZECOM and Telekom Malaysia has [sic] signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Tuesday to install a submerged cable system called the Malaysia-Cambodia-Thailand Cable System (MCT). A statement reported that Cambodia’s leading Internet service Telcotech Ltd — a part of Ezecom — will sign the MOU with ...

http://www.thecambodiaherald.com/cambodia/detail/1?page=13&token=YTk2YmQxNDJlNDR#sthash.kqq3epeo.dpuf

Too many players vie in Kingdom’s ISP industry

Like the telecommunications industry in Cambodia, the market for internet service providers (ISP), too, is overcrowded, leading industry experts to say that the situation is preventing new investment. Data from the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications showed that at the end of 2012, Cambodia had ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013040464879/Business/too-many-players-vie-in-kingdom-s-isp-industry.html

City Hall Installs More Cameras To Monitor Congestion

Phnom Penh City Hall has installed five new surveillance cameras at major intersections around the city in order to help traffic police monitor increasingly congested roads, police and an official at an Internet service provider (ISP) said this week. Paul Blanche-Horgan, CEO of ISP Ezecom—the firm which set up the ...

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