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Social Media Monks Asked to Cut Their Humorous Content

BANGKOK, Sept 9 (TNA) – The House committee on religions, arts and cultures asked two well-known monks who controversially had their live streaming via Facebook to cut their humorous content to 30%. The committee sent the message to Phra Maha Sompong Talaputto and Phra Maha Praiwan Worawano who were convened to its meeting. Full story: […]Read More

Technology

‘System irregularity’ leaves Twitter users in the dark & support

The massive outage affecting Twitter continues, with users around the world getting error messages saying “something went wrong” and being unable to log in. Twitter’s team says it’s investigating a “possible system irregularity.” Twitter users first experienced problems logging in and loading tweets on Friday night. Amid tens of thousands of error reports, the company’s […]Read More

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Bill Gates says Trump should be allowed back on social

Microsoft founder and synthetic meat enthusiast Bill Gates has said former President Donald Trump should be let back on social media “at some point.” Trump himself thinks that social media has “become very boring” without him. “I think at some point he probably will be allowed back on and probably should be allowed back on,” […]Read More

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Thailand to start prohibit selling and promoting alcohol online on

Thailand will officially prohibit selling and promoting alcoholic drinks on every online platform on December 7, following previous notification from the Royal Gazette in early September. The Royal Gazette had published the announcement of “Prohibition of the sale of alcoholic beverages via electronic sales nationwide, B.E. 2563” on September 8 as alcohol nowadays became more […]Read More

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Social media storm over sex in a tuk-tuk video posted

Social media vigilantes were up in arms on Friday over two video clips showing a woman sitting on a male passenger’s lap and apparently enjoying sex with him in a moving tuk-tuk on a Bangkok street early in the morning. The first clip showed five passengers – three men and two women – travelling in […]Read More

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Thai Netizens Daily Spend 5 Hours And 13 Minutes on

BANGKOK, Nov 1 (TNA) — Google has studied the digital market in Southeast Asia and found 47 million Thai people used the internet. April Srivikorn, acting manager of Google Thailand, said Google, Temasek and Bain & Company found in their joint study that the value of digital economy in Southeast Asia exceeded US$100 billion. Full […]Read More

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Facebook Thailand launches fake news checker

BANGKOK (NNT) – To curb the proliferation of fake news on social media, causing misunderstandings among the general public, Facebook Thailand has initiated action. Facebook Thailand has launched a fake news checker function, to reduce the spread of fake news and help improve the quality of online content. The check function was developed by Facebook […]Read More

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Prayut suggests that people read George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”

Deputy Government Spokesperson, Lieutenant General Werachon Sukondhapatipak, said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha had recommended that those who are interested should read the Thai version of George Orwell’s book “Animal Farm”, saying it offers a good insight to life. The recommendation promptly stirred heated debate on Thai social media, especially Twitter. Full story: […]Read More