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The Bangkok Post

Over the past two years, Thailand has not just suffered repeated Covid-19 waves, but it has also faced growing discontent and criticism. Widespread protests have taken place calling for major reform of the political establishment. Many aspects of these protests have been innovative, not only because they challenged usually taboo subjects such as monarchy reform and the army in politics. The protests took place both on the streets as well as the internet. The internet has become an increasingly important space in Thailand’s pro-democracy movement, with digital-savvy netizens using the web to sp…

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