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👍|PM: Facebook must respect Thai law


写真 Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha answers reporters’ questions while in Rayong about Facebook’s threat of legal action against his government’s demand it restrict access to content illegal under Thai law. (Screenshot from Government House Facebook page)

PM: Facebook must respect Thai law

RAYONG: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his ministers stood firm on Tuesday in demanding that Facebook respect Thai law when the government asks it to restrict access to certain accounts.In response to Facebook’s threat to take legal action against the government’s demand that it restrict access to content that offended the royal institution, Prime Minister Prayut said all parties must observe the laws of Thailand.He referred to the Royalist Marketplace page on Facebook, and named “Somsak and Pavin” as the people behind the site. This was an apparent reference to Somsak Jeamteerasakul, a … →このまま続きを読む

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