It seems like YouTube was banned in Thailand because numerous users reported they’re unable to access the video service owned by Google.
Beginning past Friday till Saturday evening, YouTube users in Thailand got redirected to website of MICT, the government agency responsible for Internet censorship then in few hour later they pretended to be no server respond for Youtube website / ip address.
“When attempting to reach the YouTube site from within Thailand, the user is redirected to MICT. MICT is the government agency responsible for censoring the internet in Thailand. The reasons and criteria for blocking are usually not made public. In the past, if the resulting controversy over a certain blocking is too great, the blocked site comes back online and the government denies it was ever blocked at all,” Global Voices Online reported.
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