Thai key media organisations to govt: Define fake news, don’t control freedom of speech

Thai PBS World Centre news anchor and director Nattha Komolwathin.

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Thailand’s six key media organisations held an online seminar on Wednesday (Aug 4) under the topic “Are chilling effects from Emergency Decree any real?” aiming to criticise the government for “controlling people’s freedom of speech under the authority of the Emergency Decree”.

The six organisations comprised the National Press Council, the News Broadcasting Council, the Thai Journalists Association, the Thai Broadcast Journalists Association, the Society for Online News Provider Association and the National Union of Journalists Thailand.

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