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Facebook Denies Giving User Data to Thai Junta

BANGKOK — Facebook today denied providing Thailand’s military government with its users’ private communications, as the social media giant seeks to reassure Thai users their data is safe. Following a week of panicked speculation by some netizens, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday that the social media giant has not given away any account details to […]Read More


Police arrest Udon woman involved in multi million baht Facebook

UDON THANI:– Police announced the arrest of an Udon woman Tuesday who they say is part of a gang of fraudsters tricking people online out of millions of baht. They say Tawanna (or Na) Traosan conned people online into transferring money in fraudulent schemes connected to Malaysia, reports Thairath. Read more: Thaivisa News Thaivisa / […]Read More


8 suspects charged with posting inflammatory messages put into detainment

BANGKOK, 29 April 2016 (NNT) – Police have entered 8 suspects into their first round of detainment at the Military Court on charges of posting inflammatory messages. Crime Suppression police led the 8; Noppakao Kongsuwan, Worawit Saksamutnant, Yothin Mangkangsanga, Thanawat Buranasiri, Supachai Saibutr, Kansit Tangboonthina, Nattika Worathaiwich and Harit Mahathon to be detained at the […]Read More


Monk nabbed for killing estranged wife over Facebook posts

KHON KAEN – Police on Tuesday captured a monk wanted for fatally stabbing his estranged wife in a fit of anger after reading Facebook posts that made him assume she had a new lover. Phra Suraphon Sataesri was arrested about five kilometres from the crime scene in Mancha Khiri district of this northeastern province on […]Read More


Will Facebook Turn Against Donald Trump?

The internet’s largest social network may give up its neutral policy on presidential candidates and turn against Donald Trump. Last month, some Facebook employees posted a question in the company’s traditional internal Q&A session with company CEO Mark Zukerberg, asking “What responsibility does Facebook have to help prevent President Trump in 2017?” Read more: sputniknews.comRead More


Women lose more than Bt10m to alleged swindler in Facebook

MANY WOMEN have fallen prey to a handbag vendor who operates via Facebook and falsely promised to deliver luxury goods at a temptingly low price. The vendor has allegedly bilked of an estimated Bt10 million in total from her victims, who jointly lodged a complaint with the Technology Crime Suppression Division yesterday. Read more: The […]Read More


Net Personality Behind Suicide Hoax Reports to Police

BANGKOK — Two days after he made headlines by appearing to shoot himself live on Facebook, internet celebrity Makharin Phumsaart turned himself in to police yesterday. On Monday, Makharin, known online as Nae Wat Dao, sought to dismiss rumors he was arrested and told his million-plus followers online that he had turned himself in for […]Read More