https://www.reuters.com/article/us-thailand-internet-idUSKCN26E262

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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand’s digital ministry said on Wednesday it would start legal action against Facebook, Twitter and Google this week for ignoring some requests to take down content, in what would be the country’s first such cases against major internet firms. Slideshow ( 2 images ). The ministry would file complaints with cybercrime police on Thursday after the U.S. companies missed deadlines to comply fully with court-issued takedown orders, digital minister Puttipong Punnakanta said. “We’ve notified the companies and sent them warnings twice, but they haven’t complied with all the requests,” Puttipong told Reuters. He did not disclose details about the content or what laws it had... Full story

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