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Rights groups denounce arrest of Thai webmaster

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Madness. I wonder how the King feels about it.

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Chiranuch was arrested last year on similar charges, and both cases involve offending messages posted by readers more than a year ago on her site’s web board, for which she has been held responsible. She has not yet been tried, but faces up to 50 years in prison on the old charges.

Disgusting! Thailand should observe net neutrality.

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jraustralia:

Net neutrality refers to bandwidth, not to content.

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I wonder how the King feels about it.

My impression is that the kind is not fond of the lese majesty laws enacted in his name; he seems to end up pardoning a number of those convicted.

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"king", not "kind." Sorry.

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