Thailand Internet Censorship: Government Orders Service Providers To Block Criticism, Take Down Content

December 31, 2014

Thai officials have ordered Internet service providers to block access to content deemed undesirable to the government or monarchy, as well as report it to authorities. Where ISPs had to seek court approval previously for such actions, they can do so now under Thailand's national security and lèse-majesté laws.

 

 
Read more at: http://www.ibtimes.com/thailand-internet-censorship-government-orders-service-providers-block-criticism-take-1770220


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