A pro-democracy protester during a rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority headquarters. Photo: AFPA pro-democracy protester during a rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority headquarters. Photo: AFP
A pro-democracy protester during a rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority headquarters. Photo: AFP

Facebook may sue Thai government after complying with demand to block group discussing monarchy

  • Thailand has strict lèse-majesté laws that forbid defaming the king, and the Thai government has threatened Facebook with legal action
  • Meanwhile, Thai police said they had arrested human rights lawyer Anon Nampa for a third time this month, to charge him for sedition

Topic |   Thailand
A pro-democracy protester during a rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority headquarters. Photo: AFPA pro-democracy protester during a rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority headquarters. Photo: AFP
A pro-democracy protester during a rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority headquarters. Photo: AFP
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