Thailand Has Sentenced a Man to 35 Years in Prison For Facebook Posts That ‘Insult the Monarchy’

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Spread the loveTweet A military court in Thailand has sentenced a 34-year-old man to 35 years in prison for violating the country’s draconian lèse-majesté law, which criminalizes all perceived insult…


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Thailand jails man for 35 years for Facebook posts that insulted its royal family

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Spread the loveTweet A man in Thailand has been sentenced to 35 years in prison after he was found guilty of insulting the country’s royal family on Facebook. Identified only…


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Thailand’s Kasikorn Bank launches $30M ‘Beacon’ fund for fintech

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Spread the loveTweet Roll up, roll up, there’s a new fintech VC fund in Southeast Asia town. Today, Thailand-based Kasikorn Bank announced its inaugural tech fund which is 1 billion…


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Facebook’s live video problem is only getting worse

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Spread the loveTweet As with earlier tragedies, the issue isn’t so much Facebook’s ability to intervene in mid-broadcast (that depends on concerned viewers, which is a problem in itself) as…


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Father in Thailand Kills 11-Month-Old Daughter Live on Facebook

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Spread the loveTweetPhoto Jiranuch Trirat, second from left, holding the body of her 11-month-old daughter at a hospital in Phuket, Thailand, on Tuesday. The daughter’s death was broadcast on Facebook.…


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Fickle Bangkok Announces Street-Food Festival Days After Street-Food Ban

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Spread the loveTweet First of all, Bangkok, the world’s street-food capital, announced that it was banning street food. Now it has emerged that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and the…


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