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Points of Progress: Thai social media helps free speech, and more

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In 2014, Thailand’s military took over the country in a coup, and since then, the junta has tightly controlled the media landscape and prosecuted critics under computer crime laws. However, during that time, social media use by Thai citizens has soared to about 74 percent

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