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<p dir="ltr"><span id="docs-internal-guid-98c232f0-93c1-f1c7-3880-b4d971c4f930">Google did not comply with any of the Thai authorities’ requests to remove YouTube videos deemed insulting to the Thai monarchy, or to reveal user data, according to the&nbsp;</span><a href="">latest Google Transparency Report</a>, which is based on data from July to December 2013.</p>
<div>Thai police have allegedly created fake applications to access Thai internet users’ personal information on Facebook if the users try to access blocked websites, the Thai Netizen Network reported on Thursday.<br />&nbsp;<br />When users try to access a blocked website, they are sometimes redirected to a landing page called “” The web page would delude the users into navigating to a suspicious application on Facebook called “Login.” If users consented to the app, the users’ accounts were compromised.<br />&nbsp; </div>
<div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) is proposing a plan to build a state-owned Facebook-like social networking site called Thailand Social Network.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Surachai Srisarakam, MICT Permanent Secretary, said the Thailand Social Network is part of the Ministry’s plan to build the country’s digital infrastructure, called “Smart Thailand,” according to Matichon Online. </div></div>
By Thaweeporn Kummetha |
<div>Thais always seem to take things seriously when it comes to social media. &nbsp;At's the Worst World Leaders poll, Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, recently deposed Adolf Hitler to number three on the list, with Thaksin ranked at number one and Yingluck at two.&nbsp;</div> <div> </div>