Thai Website Shutdowns Soar After King's Death

"Daphne Keller at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society said internet companies doing business in countries with laws restricting speech know they will be expected to comply with the rules. One common means of doing so without deleting lawful speech elsewhere is to offer country-specific versions of services, like YouTube Thailand, said Keller.

"The company can then honor national law on the version of the service that is targeted to, and primarily used in, that country," she said."