By THE NATION
The schoolgirl was ordered to report to authorities after posting frequently about politics and protests on her Facebook page. However, she is wanted as a witness, not a suspect.
Bang Na Police Station in Bangkok issued the summons on September 18 in response to a complaint from an administrator of a pro-government Facebook page.
Bad Student said this was the first time a student below the age of 15 had received a police summons. It comes amid swelling nationwide support for the student-led movement for democracy and changes to the military-drafted 2017 Constitution.
On Thursday, the Digital Economy and Society Ministry announced it had applied for a court warrant to block content on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter under the Computer Crime Act.