If Thailand has a law that needs revising, it is the law officially known as the Computer-Related Offences Commission Act.
For a law that has been on the books a mere six years, the Computer Crime Act (CCA), as it is generally known, has caused as much controversy as the offences it addresses.
It is the basis for massive internet censorship, sometimes compared with that of China. It has imprisoned people to longer terms than parallel, non-computer laws allow. And it has almost never been used for the purpose it was supposedly introduced for.