Pravit reminds people to question censorship

15 05 2010

Reporting on a seminar held by the Thai Netizen Network on censorship in present-day Thailand, Pravit Rojanaphruk reminded readers to question censorship.  He quoted Supinya Klangnarong, deputy chairperson of the Campaign for Popular Media Reform, who commented that “”Normally, censorship is not allowed, but the government might get used to it because they’ve been able to do it under the emergency decree.”

This is a grave development. PPT urges readers not to get used to censorship, to question authority, and fight against the normalization of repression.

Read the original article here: The Nation, 14 May 2010, “People urged not to ‘quietly accept’ gov’t media censorship”



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