Thailand: Letter to Minister

“Dear Minister, Specifically, what are the relevant Thai laws, regulations, directions, administrative orders, court decisions, and/or expert legal interpretations which empower MICT or any other Thai government agencies block or to “request” the blocking of websites in Thailand?” asks FACT – an anti-censorship group in Thailand in a letter to the government body responsible for online censorship.

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