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Crack down on illegal online content

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The Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA) is joining forces with seven major online service providers to introduce new guidelines for tackling the spread of illegal content on the internet. 

Students using computers at the innovation learning centre in Buri Ram's Nang Rong district. The Electronic Transactions Development Agency is joining forces with online service providers to stem the spread of illegal content on the web. (Photo by Pattarapong Chatpattarasill)

The move is the country's first attempt to create a transparent code of conduct for stemming illegal content on the web, said ETDA director Surangkana Wayuparb.

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