Thailand seeks to tighten cyber security, raising questions about privacy protection

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BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s military government, which has cracked down on online dissent since seizing power in 2014, is pushing ahead with cyber security bills that rights groups say could mean more extensive online monitoring, raising concerns over privacy protection.