Thailand's Minister of Digital Economy and Society Puttipong Punnakanta briefs the media about the country’s move to order Facebook to block a group, and plans to block more online content. Photo: Reuters
Thailand's Minister of Digital Economy and Society Puttipong Punnakanta briefs the media about the country’s move to order Facebook to block a group, and plans to block more online content. Photo: Reuters
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Thailand vows to restrict more ‘illegal’ content on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, other sites

  • Thailand has seen ongoing pro-democracy protests calling for reforms of the monarchy and Prayuth Chan-ocha’s government
  • Facebook plans to fight an order to shut down a group with a million members as officials target 1,000 online posts under the Computer Crimes Act

Thailand's Minister of Digital Economy and Society Puttipong Punnakanta briefs the media about the country’s move to order Facebook to block a group, and plans to block more online content. Photo: Reuters
Thailand's Minister of Digital Economy and Society Puttipong Punnakanta briefs the media about the country’s move to order Facebook to block a group, and plans to block more online content. Photo: Reuters
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