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Twitter, Facebook face Thailand legal battle

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Twitter, Facebook face Thailand legal battle

Twitter, Facebook face Thailand legal battle

Thailand is taking legal action against Twitter and Facebook after they failed to comply with orders to take down content.

Julian Satterthwaite reports.


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