What exactly happened when Facebook was blocked in Thailand? Now we have an answer, but it's still a murky issue.
here are five Twitter users we’ve handpicked as reliable sources of information about what’s happening in Thailand as the coup rumbles on.
After Thailand’s coup, rulers want to meet with Facebook, Google, Line, to discuss censoring individual users
Thailand’s IT ministry plans to send a government representative to Singapore to talk to Facebook and Google, and another team to Japan to talk to Line.
As of yesterday, Thailand's MICT shut down over 219 websites deemed a threat to the country’s stability.
This afternoon at approximately 3:30 pm local time, many people across Thailand noticed that Facebook is inaccessible in the country.
This afternoon, Thailand’s second biggest mobile telco company, Dtac, revealed that it saw a big surge in mobile data usage as the coup enters second day.
At 10:30am local time this morning, representatives of Thailand’s internet service providers were summoned to meet with the leaders of the military coup.