Tags : Web


Arrest made after Wiki page of Dr. Yong maliciously edited

BANGKOK (NNT) – Police have made an arrest following the harmful editing of Head of the Center of Excellence in Clinical Virology at the Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Dr. Yong Poovorawan’s Wikipedia page, to claim falsely he was a Sinovac sales agent who facilitated the purchase of vaccines by the government. Cyber Crime Investigation […]Read More


Bangkok to Launch Web-based Vaccine Registration

BANGKOK, May 18 (TNA) – Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to launch the web-based system for Covid-19 vaccine registration for people aged 18-59 years old. Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang said the BMA would receive 2.5 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines each month from the Public Health Ministry in June and July. The vaccines will be […]Read More


FCC votes to gut net neutrality rules

Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to roll back net neutrality protections in the US. In a 3-2 vote, FCC commissioners approved a proposal — first revealed in full detail last month — that repeals 2015 rules and reverses over a decade of work by the FCC to fight net neutrality violations. This move […]Read More


Pattaya Webcam Sex Show operators arrested by Police

Three Europeans and three Thais were arrested early on Saturday Morning at a housing estate in East Pattaya, accused of producing and distributing pornographic videos and live webcam sex shows. Police Major General Katcha, the Provincial Police Commander held a press conference at Nongprue Police Station on Saturday Morning to announce the arrest of Mr. […]Read More


Yahoo picks patent fight with Facebook

The foundering Web pioneer reportedly wants the social-networking giant to license 10 to 20 patents related to advertising and Web page personalization. Yahoo appears to be turning to patent licensing to boost its fortunes. Read more: news.cnet.comRead More


Google to pay Firefox almost 1 billion dollars in search

Firefox hits the jackpot with almost billion dollar Google deal We counted Mozilla out of the running too early. With $300-million a year in revenue from Google, Firefox is going to stay a major Web browser player. The big loser? Microsoft. Well, Mozilla certainly fooled us. Just when we were counting Firefox out as a […]Read More


India seeks web crackdown after failed talks with industry

Indian authorities today declared an intent to force web companies to screen content for “offensive” and “blasphemous material”. The move follows failed talks yesterday with Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft. Communications Minister Kapil Sibal says “My aim is that insulting material never gets uploaded”, and that web firms “will have to give us the data, […]Read More