FACT MOB-ILISATION: 1pm, Saturday June 9, Pantip Plaza

June 6, 2007

[ภาษาไทย: FACT MOB-ILISATION–13:00 น. เสาร์ 9 มิ.ย. พันธุ์ทิพย์พลาซ่า]

FREEDOM AGAINST CENSORSHIP THAILAND (FACT)
MASS MOB-ILISATION
1pm, Saturday, June 9, 2007
Pantip Plaza, Petchburi Road

Freedom Against Censorship Thailand (FACT) announces a mass mob-ilisation at Pantip Plaza, Petchburi Road, at 1 pm on Saturday, June 9, 2007.Where better to FREE THE INTERNET than Thailand’s premier computer venue! FACT will be handing out our new free CD of circumvention software, anonymous proxy servers and MICT’s secret blocklists, “BEAT THE CENSORS–UNBLOCK ICT!” See what they don’t want you to see!

Is FACT’s disk nonviolent civil disobedience under the new Cybercrime Act? Will we be arrested…or will we just have some fun and raise public consciousness?

(You won’t know unless you come and find out for yourself!)

FREE CDs! T-SHIRTS! POSTERS! STICKERS!

PARTICIPATE IN DEMOCRACY IN ACTION! “If you want freedom, first be free…”

Be there or be square!

NO COMPROMISE! NO CENSORSHIP!


updated:

photos/news of the demonstration on Saturday at Pantip Plaza

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7 Responses to “FACT MOB-ILISATION: 1pm, Saturday June 9, Pantip Plaza”

  1. kitty Says:

    I’m here where are u guys?


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