Government censorship of Net tends to be self-defeating, says SEAPA executive director

“For all their best intentions, those who seek to control content in cyberspace have a tendency to breed self-fulfilling fears,” says SEAPA Executive Director Roby Alampay, in an opinion piece published on IHT on 12 April 2007, following the Thai government’s blocking of YouTube. Read it in full.

Also, hear his interview with Voice of America, explaining the precarious situation in Thailand as regards freedom of expression under the current military regime.

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