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the Minister of Digital Economy and Society, has asked the court to ban access to 42 websites including YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. Thailand government will most likely keep the diesel cap. Phuket eyes 1m arrivals in Q4. Airport mishaps and crazy cults in Thailand. All this and more on todays Good Morining Thailand.

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I would think Tiktok would have been high on this idiots list if he ever saw it and the girls of all ages twerking their heads off with some barely having any clothes on. Alcohol openly shown, stupid pranks and you name it is on that site.

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24 minutes ago, HolyCowCm said:

I would think Tiktok would have been high on this idiots list if he ever saw it and the girls of all ages twerking their heads off with some barely having any clothes on. Alcohol openly shown, stupid pranks and you name it is on that site.

Cant do that. Its owned by China. Something to remember before anyone registers and enters their details.

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35 minutes ago, Rookiescot said:

Cant do that. Its owned by China. Something to remember before anyone registers and enters their details.

Yeah, a connection there is. And yes something to watch out on if you enter real info about yourself, but most will as they are looking for likes and to make some sort of money out of it.

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2 hours ago, Rookiescot said:

Cant do that. Its owned by China. Something to remember before anyone registers and enters their details.

Simple answer, ban China, preferably from everything.

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9 hours ago, HolyCowCm said:

but most will as they are looking for likes

(downloads tik tok furiously)...puts on twerking shorts....

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Wow, great thinking here again. Ban fb and a shit ton of people will lose their income, because selling things online mostly requires a fb account. 

Ban YouTube and a lot of information will be lost. People often learn through YouTube. 

Ban Twitter and a lot of actual news won't reach people. In an emergency, Twitter has quite good information on what's going on. 

+ doing this will guarantee that no one will ever send any vote to him anymore, ever. Only showing this idea made already sure no one likes him anymore. 

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His masters in Beijing have long since banned these and ALL western websites and replaced www with CCP web. VPN gets around that though. 

 

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How about add lag / delay to such services.

If you have a nice router, not a consumer type router, but a device that runs pfsense etc. it is possible to induce latency for specific ip addresses easily. So junior likes to play online all night, router creates lag on the WAN at a set time, same thing can apply to social media. A 3 second delay breaks every game similar to CS:GO, it gets old fast. Waiting 5 minutes for facefudge or lookatme.com to load would have the same affect.

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9 hours ago, oldschooler said:

His masters in Beijing have long since banned these and ALL western websites and replaced www with CCP web. VPN gets around that though. 

The great wall fingerprints protocols such as openvpn on port 1194 (or any port), same with wireguard. Not that I care but obfuscation was a thing a while ago, but it seems like most a migrating to wireguard recently. Its been so long since I looked into it, but your saying the vpn traffic is no longer fingerprinted and VPN's work?

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1 hour ago, cake said:

The great wall fingerprints protocols such as openvpn on port 1194 (or any port), same with wireguard. Not that I care but obfuscation was a thing a while ago, but it seems like most a migrating to wireguard recently. Its been so long since I looked into it, but your saying the vpn traffic is no longer fingerprinted and VPN's work?

My experience working in Beijing 2014-15 was that VPN required to access WWW but would work only three days before being shut down by CCP cyber “ warriors” in Shanghai. VPN would reset in hours and work then fail etc. 

No idea on technicalities ! 

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Misleading headline. They don’t want to ban the platforms, they want better censorship of articles they choose. 66 years ago they were censoring The King and I movie. They are still doing it today, just a different platform. 

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