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Government threatens new penalties for Facebook users

[Original title: Thailand threatens new penalties for Facebook users] Thailand’s government announced on Thursday 24 November that Facebook users could be… Read More

Forum on online expression

Bangkok, Thailand: Full intermediary liability should not be an approach to mitigating unlawful content over the Internet  as it ignores… Read More

Online freedom of expression a ‘common agenda’ for South-East Asia

Online news content is developing rapidly and the  South-East Asian community needs to “look at democratisation of freedom of expression… Read More

Web master tells court of measures taken against unlawful content

Thai webmaster Chiranuch Premchaiporn, facing criminal charges as an intermediary under the Computer Crime Act (CCA), on Wednesday told a… Read More

Photojournalist faces additional jail term

Source  : Mizzima A court in Rangoon rejected an appeal by photojournalist Sithu Zeya, to drop a charge under the… Read More

Graduate faces lese majeste and Computer Crimes Act

A recent graduate from Kasetsart University was arrested under the lese majeste over his writings on his blog. He was… Read More

Focus on new media as country observes World Press Freedom Day

[Original title: Focus on new media as Cambodia  observes World Press Freedom Day. Source: CAPJ] Marginalized sectors of society would benefit… Read More

New cyber crime draft law shelved in face of civil society opposition

A bill meant to replace Thailand’s controversial Computer Crime Act of 2007 was put on hold by Prime Minister Abhisiti… Read More

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