Tags : Surveillance


Foreign orgy in Lumpini Park sparks more patrols

Patrols will be stepped in public parks across Bangkok in the wake of complaints after a group of people was allegedly caught having sex in the city’s landmark Lumpini Park on Aug 7, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has said. The stepped-up surveillance follows a tweet by @jiji_winkieboy last week that subsequently went viral. Full […]Read More


Japan’s Top Court Approves Surveillance of Muslims

The Supreme Court of Japan has upheld the government’s right to continue the mass surveillance of Muslim residents, places of worship, halal restaurants, and other institutions related to the practice of Islam. The decision came from a second court appeal in a case of Japanese Muslims who argued that the broad monitoring is unconstitutional, invades […]Read More


Uighur, Chechen tourists placed under surveillance

Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwon ordered surveillance of Uighur and Chechen tourists because, he claimed, they might have entered the country on fake passports or planned to launch terrorist attacks. Gen Prawit said on Thursday that surveillance had begun earlier because the two visitor groups have been involved in passport forgery. Read more: Bangkok Post WASSANA […]Read More


MOPH successfully tracks down 36 people in contact with MERS-CoV

BANGKOK, 27 June 2015 (NNT) – The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has successfully got in touch with 36 people who were in close contact with the MERS-CoV patient. According to Acting Permanent Secretary for Public Health Surachet Satitniramai, all the 36 people consisting of the patient’s relatives, passengers seated near the patient, taxi drivers […]Read More


Prawit orders nationwide CCTV

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has ordered the installation of additional surveillance cameras and improved lighting in Bangkok and other major tourist cities in the wake of the murder of two British tourists on a dark beach on Koh Tao. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More


No more dummy surveillance cameras in Bangkok

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) assured Friday that by end of this year people in the capital will be safeguarded by 47,000 surveillance cameras that are functional and no more dummy cameras will be seen on the streets. Anyone who finds a dummy or fake camera still in use can come to pick up 100,000 […]Read More


14 surveillance cameras burnt in Pattani

PATTANI, April 1 – Fourteen closed circuit television cameras (CCTVs) were set on fire on Monday in a daily disturbance caused by presumed insurgents in this restive southern province. Pattani scientific crime detection officials rushed to inspect the incident after being informed that the surveillance cameras were destroyed in multiple locations of Khok Pho district. […]Read More