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== General censorship ==
 
== General censorship ==
As noted in the Constitution of Thailand, anything that denigrates the Thai monarchy is strictly prohibited. Thailand's lèse-majesté law is known to be one of the harshest in the world for a democracy. Each count of lèse-majesté anywhere in Thailand has the equivalent of a prison sentence of up to 15 years.
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As noted in the Constitution of Thailand, anything that denigrates the Thai monarchy is strictly prohibited.
   
 
== Internet censorship==
 
== Internet censorship==

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