YouTube Blocked in Thailand?

A few websites are reporting that YouTube was blocked in Thailand…

I'm at the Youtube site, with no problems, watching ladybug sex… great clip.
That little guy really gets his rythym going!

link to LB sex>

Anyway, I'm on internet access through my phone (GPRS and EDGE) with AIS,
one of Taksin's companies. AND, the websites are reporting it's because the
military didn't like something about Taksin being on YouTube and available
to the Thai public… or something…

Maybe TOT and the rest of the telecoms blocked it – except AIS?

Check your youtube and let me know if it's working…

Vern

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4 thoughts on “YouTube Blocked in Thailand?”

  1. Yeah, you know I’ve had a couple of times I couldn’t get through there and thought it was connection, but maybe they’re blocking it sometimes – whenever they get a bug up the bum. I don’t know what the point of blocking is sporadically would be though. Strange…

  2. Am in Bangkok. My YouTube has just been blocked within the last hour! This sucks! Am on that site like ten hours per day. They’re forcing me to hit the streets and misbehave when I want to peacefully curl up with my YouTube… Whatever next?!

  3. Am in Bangkok. My YouTube has just been blocked within the last hour! This sucks! Am on that site like ten hours per day. They’re forcing me to hit the streets and misbehave when I want to peacefully curl up with my YouTube… Whatever next?!

  4. Thai government censoring the internet?! Its acting like some sort of goddam military dictatorship!

    If they really have blocked youtube then the proxy will work:
    http://youtubeproxy.org/

    When they block that then the youtubeproxyproxy site or even the youtubeproxyproxyproxy site may be needed.

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