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We have several times pointed out that Thailand’s military junta is made up of a bunch of dullards.
Accounting for how this collection of dunces comes to be running a once quite successful country must examine the ways in which these men have been promoted. 523 more words
A couple of days ago PPT posted on the military regime pressuring Google to censor without a court order. When we look back at that post we realize that we neglected to mention that the main area of concern was posts and videos about the monarchy. 174 more words
There’s been some ongoing discussions between Google and the military dictatorship.
A couple of days ago at Khaosod it is reported that, according to a leaked but apparently official document, “Thai officials asked Google to make an exception and remove content without a court order…”. 233 more words
From The Malaysian Insider:
A lawyers’ group said Putrajaya’s move to block websites and blogs critical of the government was undemocratic, a grave abuse of power and in breach of its “no-Internet-censorship” policy. 199 more words