A U.S. citizen has filed a lawsuit against a Canadian ISP that shared his personal information with the Thai government. Anthony Chai posted anonymous comments criticizing the royal family and now faces up to 15 years in prison for the comments.
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Further to my post last week, I have columns today in the BBC and The Mark that discuss why the placement of Canada on the Priority Watch List may backfire. The BBC piece notes that several European countries – including Italy, Spain, Finland, and Israel – submitted briefs to the […]
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