Visiting #Thailand requires you to install #spyware named MorChana (หมอชนะ) provided by the military government on your phone and let it run 24/7 while you are in the country.

By installing the app, you explicitly allows the non-democratic government to keep yourself under #surveillance.

The government does not seem to understand the fact that foreigners (ฝรั่ง) care about their privacy much more than it could imagine and such an absurd policy would discourage them from visiting there.

Also what if your phone has an OS like #Ubuntu for example?

What if you cannot install the app if any for Linux distributions, due to lack of privilege?

Are you going to be denied to enter the country at the counter?

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@suguru and my father says I'm stupid for considering not having a smart phone.

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