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COST OF A HUMAN LIFE IN THAILAND RISES TO US$28,000 – LOSS OF FACE TO US$110 MILLION

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH CONDEMNS NON PROSECUTION OF THAI ARMY TORTURERS The Thai military tortured to death a man in the troubled south and the Supreme Administrative Court accepted the facts awarding the man’s family US$28,000 compensation, It took eight years to get compensation but although the Internal Operations Security Command will have to pay out […]

DREW NOYES GAGS HIMSELF AT FCCT MEET – BUT COUNTERS WITH MORE ORAL SEX CLAIMS-

BRITISH JOURNALIST  DESCRIBES COMPUTER CRIME ACT AS ‘CROOKS CHARTER’ (Picture: Andrew Drummond on the FCCT panel with Dr. Ellis, Supinya Klangnarong and David Streckfuss (off picture) Controversial American Drew Noyes, a self-appointed expert on Thai libel law, was to invited speak at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club after claims that Thailand’s Computer Crime Act was widely […]

REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS – PLEASE WITHDRAW COMPUTER CRIME ACT LEGISLATION

Reporters Without Borders has asked the Ministry of Communications and Internet Technology to change its approach to updating the Computer Crime Act of 2007. The law already authorizes the government to arrest journalists and bloggers for political reasons. If a newly proposed amendment were adopted, the government would have even more latitude to muzzle the […]