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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Thai Twitterverse Muses on #BestThingsOf2016

BANGKOK — For many, 2016 was one piece of bad news after the other, with global terror attacks, surprise election victories, the death of Harambe and so on.

Military Hands Over 3 More Alleged Hackers

BANGKOK — The military transferred three more alleged hackers to police custody on Friday after an unknown number of days in secret detention.

The Good, Bad & Ugly of the Computer Crime Act, in Detail

After the Computer Crime Act was passed Dec. 16 by unanimous vote despite a last-minute petition of more than 300,000 opposing the law and much-hated Single Gateway program, all eyes are now on the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society, or DE Ministry, to see how it exercises its new great powers.

Pim Thai Mai Dai Could Be the Most Relevant Thing Online Right Now

BANGKOK — Click on those colorful memes mixing Taylor Swift gifs with this minute’s hot topic and expect to be confused when it takes you to Pim Thai Mai Dai.

Military to Hand Over More Alleged Hackers

BANGKOK — Police said Wednesday more alleged hackers will be handed over by military while a 19-year-old, arrested earlier for allegedly attacking police site,...

Thai Life Pulls Tearjerker Ad Following Complaints

BANGKOK — Thailand’s most prominent life insurance firm on Wednesday took pulled a commercial due to complaints from a group of nurses that it damaged their image.

Police Weigh Computer Crime Act Prosecution for FB Bangkok Bomb Hoax

BANGKOK — Those responsible for a bogus news article that triggered Facebook to warn people there had been a large explosion in the capital could be prosecuted under the Computer Crime Act, police said Wednesday.

Army Denies Buying Web Security Cracking Devices

BANGKOK — Hacktivists posted online Tuesday documents they say contradict army denials it has purchased decryption devices that would allow access to encrypted computer traffic.

Military Gives Police Alleged Hacker to Display to Public

BANGKOK — A 19-year-old accused of hacking a police website was presented to the public Monday by authorities looking to show such suspects can be found and prosecuted.

Five Hacktivists Arrested, Junta Source Says

BANGKOK — Five people were detained Friday at an army base in the capital on suspicion of waging cyberwarfare against the government, a source inside the junta said.

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