February 17 Myanmar police issued a notice on the 17th to file a case for six entertainers on the grounds that they encouraged civil servants to participate in the strike.
The announcement said that the six people, including three directors, two actors and one singer, used their popularity to support the protests and encouraged public servants to participate in the strike.
The police have filed a case against them.
According to Myanmar State Television, the websites of the Central Bank of Myanmar, the General Command of the National Defense Forces and the military propaganda agencies were attacked on the 17th, and all of the above websites have not yet returned to normal.
Demonstrations have erupted across Myanmar for several days, including the release of the detained senior state executive Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Workers in many industries, including some public servants, participated in the strike and supported the protests.
Myanmar held federal parliamentary elections last November, and the National League for Democracy (NLD) won more than half of the seats in the federal parliament.
The Myanmar military and the NLD disagreed over the results of the general election.
The military believed that there was fraud in the general election, asked the Election Commission to investigate and postpone the convening of a new Federal Parliament.
In the early morning of February 1 this year, Myanmar President Wen Min, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior NLD officials were detained by the military.
The Myanmar military then declared a one-year state of emergency, and state power was transferred to the commander-in-chief of the National Defense Force.