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
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

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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
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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