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Royal Thai Police Block ?

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all morning whilst visiting ebay and other ( not porn ! ) sites inc TV, ive been getting this,...

Sorry, the web site you are accessing has been closed by Royal Thai Police due to inappropriate.

anyone else ?

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No.

ISP, urls?

I just got it when i posted on thai visa that the website was closed because of the royal thai police.

Now its working again.

It is scary internet censorship like that.

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Sorry, the web site you are accessing has been closed by Royal Thai Police due to inappropriateness such as pornography, gambling or contain any information which is deemed to violate national security.

Just the first time I log into any email account. After login with username and password the message appears. If I refresh or close the browser and login again the message goes away.

You just get one chance to view the message.

hotmail and yahoo

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Hmmmm... is anyone getting this while using OpenDNS or is it just people using their ISP's DNS?

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I was reading BBC news page this morning. I clicked on a topic and went to a different page to read about spurs game last night and then when I pressed return to go back to the home page I got the dreaded thai police message. I then rebooted BBC news and read all the news items but couldnt find anything derogatory to Thailand.

HL :)

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Last month while in Bangkok I subscribed to the wireless service provided by the apartment we stayed in. I could only

send emails (AOL) that were only a few lines long. Most of the time it took repeated tries to send a simple email. I couldn't even save drafted messages. Trading on eBay was a nightmare. Frequent "unable to connect"messages were the norm for one month.

Now my suspicions have been confirmed. Told the wife no more visits for me until they stop this silly nonsense. Thailand needs

to get serious about what is a threat to national security and what isn't.

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Could anyone do me a favour and test this URL from within Thailand and let me know if it is accessible - the domain hasn't been resolving. The IP address works fine though, maybe this is just a problem with 'True ADSL'

http://www.mycyberhosting.net

It didn't give the police warning but was unreachable, I suspect there is a problem with the True DNS service and somehow there are a whole bunch of domains missing from it, I can't help thinking it's related to some kind of cock up with their censorship system although I could be wrong.

I'm not in Thailand at the moment so can't run any more tests myself. This is a website which belongs to a colleague of mine and we have had reports from various people who can't access any of our servers from within Thailand, it's almost as if they have blocked an entire web host for some reason.

Edit : It's working fine from England at the moment.

Edited by ukrules

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Could anyone do me a favour and test this URL from within Thailand and let me know if it is accessible - the domain hasn't been resolving. The IP address works fine though, maybe this is just a problem with 'True ADSL'

http://www.mycyberhosting.net

It didn't give the police warning but was unreachable, I suspect there is a problem with the True DNS service and somehow there are a whole bunch of domains missing from it, I can't help thinking it's related to some kind of cock up with their censorship system although I could be wrong.

I'm not in Thailand at the moment so can't run any more tests myself. This is a website which belongs to a colleague of mine and we have had reports from various people who can't access any of our servers from within Thailand, it's almost as if they have blocked an entire web host for some reason.

Edit : It's working fine from England at the moment.

It's opening fine for me on Maxnet in Chiang Mai.

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2 hours ago when I tried to upload a photo onto my ThaiVisa post, I received the message:

Sorry, the web site you are accessing has been closed by Royal Thai Police due to inappropriateness such as pornography, gambling or contain any information which is deemed to violate national security.

Refreshed the page and the photo had already uploaded, the message disappeared.

Yep, something weird is going on.

Just done an experiment and managed to obtain the message again while accessing ThaiVisa.

Screenprint below:

post-11344-1250770134_thumb.jpg

Edited by sassienie

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Could anyone do me a favour and test this URL from within Thailand and let me know if it is accessible - the domain hasn't been resolving. The IP address works fine though, maybe this is just a problem with 'True ADSL'

http://www.mycyberhosting.net

It didn't give the police warning but was unreachable, I suspect there is a problem with the True DNS service and somehow there are a whole bunch of domains missing from it, I can't help thinking it's related to some kind of cock up with their censorship system although I could be wrong.

I'm not in Thailand at the moment so can't run any more tests myself. This is a website which belongs to a colleague of mine and we have had reports from various people who can't access any of our servers from within Thailand, it's almost as if they have blocked an entire web host for some reason.

Edit : It's working fine from England at the moment.

Not loading on my True ADSL either (tested with opendns, level 3 dns and true dns), but then again google.com and yahoo.com have trouble loading right now too.

Try using the proxy.trueinternet.co.th:8080 proxy or www.hidemybox.com webproxy.

Using the webproxy the site loads fine for me.

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ukrules with the regular true ip it says "Server Not Found" and if i use proxy.asianet.co.th i get this:

Network Error (dns_server_failure)

Your request could not be processed because an error occurred contacting the DNS server.

The DNS server may be temporarily unavailable, or there could be a network problem.

For assistance, contact your network support team.

I'm using openDNS.

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