Thai Political Prisoners Blog blocked in Thailand
บล็อคของนักโทษการเมืองไทยถูกบล็อคไม่ให้อ่านในเมืองไทย

We noted today for the first time that the Thai Political Prisoners blog has been blocked in Thailand.

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3 Responses to Thai Political Prisoners Blog blocked in Thailand
บล็อคของนักโทษการเมืองไทยถูกบล็อคไม่ให้อ่านในเมืองไทย

  1. CJ Hinke says:

    It has been our observation that webpages are blocked inconsistently by Thailand’s 125+ ISPs. We use CAT Hi-net and the front page of PPT has been rarely UNblocked since May 9, 2010. Sometimes one can access some article pages but often the entire blog will be blocked. The only other front page blocked so consistently by MICT is Asia Sentinel. FACT has mostly remained unblocked.

    Of course, none of this blocking matters. So many netizens are using VPNs, TOR and anonymous proxies that censorship is a futile effort. Nonetheless, as of December 28, MICT was blocking 777,286 web pages.

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