media have become part and parcel of Thailand's intensifying political
conflict: Two privately held satellite television news stations are openly
aligned with competing political street movements, and state-controlled outlets
are under opposition fire for allegedly misrepresenting recent crucial news
Internet--once open and free--is fast morphing into one of Asia's
more censored cyberspaces. But a new group of concerned Thai citizens, known as
the Thai Netizen Network (TNN), is bidding to turn back the tide of government
censorship through advocacy and monitoring.