Thai PM defends cyber controls as censorship concerns rise

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BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on Thursday defended a decision to amend a cyber-crime law to increase the military government’s ability to remove online content as authorities seeks to tighten control on dissent.