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  1. 61. business | 23 Jan 2015

    IT law update (PART 1): The Cybersecurity Bill

    Corporate Counsellor

    By Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd, Newspaper section: Business

    » Earlier this month, the cabinet approved a series of bills related to information technology, personal data, cybersecurity and telecommunications. One such bill would recast the Information and Communication Technology M...

  2. 62. news | 22 Jan 2015

    Impeachment vote casting to be secret

    By Wassana Nanuam

    » National Legislative Assembly members will eet behind closed doors on Friday to cast their votes on the three impeachment motions, but the counting of the votes will be done openly according to the law and parliamentary ...

  3. 63. news | 22 Jan 2015

    Army 'ready' to quell Yingluck rallies

    By Wassana Nanuam, Newspaper section: News

    » Deputy Defence Minister and army chief Udomdej Sitabutr has warned he will use martial law to stifle protest activities deemed to "cross the line" after the decision comes down Friday on whether to impeach former prime m...

  4. 64. news | 22 Jan 2015

    Animal law 'fails humans'


    Newspaper section: News

    » Locals in Chachoengsao province have complained that the newly-enacted Animal Welfare Act does not provide protection for humans attacked by animals.

  5. 65. news | 21 Jan 2015

    Myanmar urges education law rethink

    By AFP

    » YANGON — Myanmar's president has called on parliament to rethink aspects of a new education bill in the face of renewed student protests, state-backed media said Wednesday, as activists vowed to continue demonstrati...

  6. 66. news | 19 Jan 2015

    Rogue cops linked to kidnapping case


    By Wassayos Ngamkham, Newspaper section: News

    » The recent arrest of a South Korean suspect in a kidnapping case has underlined the existence of transnational gangs operating on Thai soil with the help of rogue law-enforcement officers. 

  7. 67. opinion | 18 Jan 2015

    We will get new laws, but will we obey them?

    By Pichai Chuensuksawadi, Newspaper section: News

    » This week marks eight months since the National Council for Peace and Order toppled the Yingluck government. Armed with martial law, the military moved swiftly to ban political gatherings and imposed restrictions on the ...

  8. 68. news | 17 Jan 2015

    China mourners mark Zhao anniversary under tight surveillance

    By AFP

    » BEIJING - Chinese mourners on Saturday marked the 10th anniversary of the death of ousted Communist leader Zhao Ziyang under tight surveillance by the authorities, which the reformer's top aide derided as "a mockery...

  9. 69. learning | 17 Jan 2015

    Yingluck fails to appear in impeachment case

    General news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » There were many questions in yesterday's session of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA), but no answers as the law-makers demanded former prime minister Yingluck defend herself personally, not through representa...

  10. 70. learning | 15 Jan 2015

    Helmets & law enforcement to reduce child deaths & injury

    About road safety

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Last February, On-see said goodbye to his son as he left for school. The next time he saw him was in a morgue. Danaisak, aged 13, died from head injuries in a motorcycle accident.

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