YouTube Blocked in Thailand

From this Friday to late Saturday afternoon, YouTube fans in Thailand found the site redirecting to MICT, the government agency responsible for Internet censorship in that country. Some users could gain access at one point by excluding the “www.”, and later the entire site was restored. Thailand has been known to censor TV and websites it deems offensive – when controversy arises over a blocked site, it is often reinstated, say Thai bloggers (via: Mashable).

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  1. friends of mine here mentioned a few days ago that the cyber-morality-police here had suddenyl blocked youtube.

    perhaps there was a pro-thaksin/anti-military junta video on there that they didn’t like. 🙂

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