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Thailand: Thai law: intermediary website liability for unlawful content

Liability for unlawful content and the time deemed reasonable to remove such unlawful content was at the centre of the case between Public Prosecutor vs. Chiranuch Premchaiporn in a Thailand Court. The controversial case involving a webmaster for a public discussion forum has posed serious questions surrounding liability for unlawful content. John Fotiadis, a Legal Consultant at Atherton Co. Ltd, discusses the case and examines the liability of foreign webmasters in Thailand.

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