Crisis in Thailand leads to net crackdown, censorship

Crisis in Thailand leads to net crackdown, censorship - PBS, June 3, 2010
At least 80 people were killed during the latest clashes in Thailand. But the confusion and danger that are present in various parts of Bangkok do not explain why several Thai and foreign journalists have been shot since April. Two are dead. The tense political situation also doesn't justify the leadership's blocking of more than 4,000 anti-monarchy websites...

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