Govt payment system hacked, Digital Minister to work with opponents of Computer Crime Act

After the government’s online payment system was attacked by hacker-opponents of the new Computer Crime Act on Tuesday afternoon, the Minister of Digital Economy and Society has announced that he is ready to work with the opponents Apparently, the hackers were successful in causing the payment system to fail The system is used to send funds from the government and for payment on government bidding...

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Hackers threaten all-out cyber war on government over Computer Crime Act

Those opposed to the new Computer Crime Act, which was unanimously passed on Friday, are threatening to start a cyber war against the government if those in power refuse to...

Hackers threaten all-out cyber war on government over Computer Crime Act

Immigration Bureau announces data system not hacked

The Immigration Bureau said that no unauthorized access has been unearthed in its immigration system, nor has any data been stolen In response to an ongoing rumor that the...

Immigration Bureau announces data system not hacked

Government warns that Computer Crime Act protests may break the law

The government is warning groups opposed to the new Computer Crimes Act to be careful since scheduled protests may be in violation of the law The government collected photographic...

Government warns that Computer Crime Act protests may break the law

BREAKING: Despite public outcry, Computer Crime Act amendment passes unanimously

Even though a petition circulated that had more than 300,000 signatures from citizens opposed to the new restrictive Computer Crime Act amendment, the bill has just passed...

BREAKING: Despite public outcry, Computer Crime Act amendment passes unanimously

Prayuth defends cyber controls as censorship concerns rise

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha yesterday defended a decision to amend a cyber-crime law to increase the military government's ability to remove online content as authorities...

Prayuth defends cyber controls as censorship concerns rise

Google reveals what Thais searched for in 2016

As 2016 wraps up, Google has announced its annual “Year In Search,” a look back through the year’s major events and freakiest trends in Thailand based on what its residents...

Google reveals what Thais searched for in 2016

Meet your new app addiction: LUKKY puts the game (and the fun) in shopping

Presented by We’re pretty savvy shoppers here in Bangkok Just think about how much time we spend in malls (Spoiler alert, it’s a long time) So it’s no wonder that Bangkok...

Meet your new app addiction: LUKKY puts the game (and the fun) in shopping

YouTube 2016: Thailand’s most popular videos are mostly music and drama

YouTube announced the list of the most watched videos of 2016 in Thailand today, and the list proved how much Thais love music videos and watching TV clips online It seems...

YouTube 2016: Thailand’s most popular videos are mostly music and drama

Grab app introduces GrabHitch so you can share your ride with strangers

Popular ride app Grab has launched the beta version of its latest project on Monday, a social carpooling service called GrabHitch designed to help ease Bangkok’s never-ending...

Grab app introduces GrabHitch so you can share your ride with strangers

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