Myanmar/Burma has just allowed journalists to enter the country lawfully, meaning certain people (ahem) who work as reporters don't have to fake their work histories/identities to get into the country.

This comes on the heels of a NYT story about reporters who've worked (clandestinely or otherwise) in Burma learning that their email accounts have been hacked, possibly (probably) by the military.

A few cross currents are to be expected in a place like Myanmar/Burma (a little on the politics of what to call the country here) that is in the middle of a historic identity shift. Some policymakers want to move towards openness, while some in the old guard are still doing their same old thing.

It's like any institution trying to change its bad habits and adjust to a new reality. Some inconsistencies are to be expected.