Facebook, supposedly on behalf of CEO Mark Zuckerberg has affirmed it will remove "illegal" content if requested by government, but all 600 controversial Thailand pages were available Tuesday, including the three at the top of the government hit list. Photo: Bangkok Post graphic

Facebook to consider blocking content in Thailand on government’s request

Country’s criminal court had ordered some 6,900 web pages or websites to be shut down since 2015

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Facebook, supposedly on behalf of CEO Mark Zuckerberg has affirmed it will remove "illegal" content if requested by government, but all 600 controversial Thailand pages were available Tuesday, including the three at the top of the government hit list. Photo: Bangkok Post graphic
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