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Facebook blocks group critical of Thai monarchy

For over a month, students have been calling for changes to the way Thai society is structured. As with all political movements today, social media has played a key role in spreading messages and helping demonstrators organise - But, Thai authorities have tried to shut it down. As Akanksha Saxena explains, it's set up a showdown between the government and the most powerful social network out there, Facebook.

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