Does not that sound a bit exaggerated to go to jail for like on Facebook? Well, although that seems unlikely, the fact is that it happens in one of the most visited countries in the world. As reported by several news networks the world, a man in Thailand faces a sentence of around 30 years in prison for giving one I like a publication of the popular social network.
The name of the Thai citizen is unfortunate Thanakorn Siripaiboon 27 years and faces one of the toughest (and ridiculous) moments of his life. It happened that Thanakorn pressed the button "like" in a publication criticizing the King Bhumibol Adulyadej, king of Thailand. In addition, the accused shared with over 600 friends in an infographic that exposes corruption in the nation.
As a result of these actions would not lead to any sanctions in Western countries, the Thai has been charged with sedition, insulting the majesty (so called crime which is offending the king) and computer crime.
Behind this unusual trial, no more than the strict compliance with the law. Apparently Siripaiboon is the subject of a relentless political persecution, because it is part of an opposition group in Thailand is known as " Red Shirt ". Most troubling is known of people who have died in state prison after being accused of insulting the majesty and such is performed at home and abroad as an intimidation tactic to tie the hands of dissidents.
|He is Thanakorn Siripaiboon, the man who faces a sentence of 32 years in prison for like on Facebook.|
like in jail for Facebook
He is the King of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej. Several people have gone to jail for like Facebook, because this way publications have supported against the monarch. Meanwhile, organizations defending human rights as Human Rights Watch, said that those who have the misfortune to go to jail for offenses such as those alleged user of Facebook, go to military prisons where they are isolated and have no visitors or their families or their lawyers.
Does that seem fair that someone pay like in jail for Facebook? Should not the governments of the power to rule on this extreme limitation of individual freedoms?***