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1. business | 23 Jan 2015
» 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. news | 12 Jan 2015
» The Constitutional Court will have the final say when all other bodies have trouble deciding on an issue so the palace will not be disturbed whenever a dispute arises, according to constitutional drafters.
3. news | 15 Jan 2015
» The government's eight bills underpinning its so-called digital economy are likely to infringe on the public's rights, critics say.
4. news | 14 Jan 2015
» Ten bills being enacted in support of the digital economy have raised concerns among some scholars, online communities and IT experts who criticised they serve national security purposes rather than economic ones.
5. business | 27 Dec 2014
» The fuel tariff on electric bills from January-April will fall by 10 satang a kilowatt-hour or 2.5%, says the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC).
6. news | 23 Dec 2014
» GENEVA - Turkey's 2010 league champions Bursaspor were one of four European clubs fined Monday and barred from playing in the next UEFA club competition they qualify for over unpaid bills.
7. news | 04 Dec 2014
» BUFFALO - The Buffalo Bills have ended the remaining years of their deal to play one National Football League home game a season at nearby Toronto, the team announced Wednesday.
8. learning | 13 Oct 2014
» $7.2 million seizure of counterfeit 100-dollar bills linked to Thai military officers, largest seizure of fake US bills in Southeast Asia in decade & biggest-ever in Cambodia.
9. learning | 06 Aug 2013
» Six amnesty bills this time. 25 in 81 years of Thai democracy. Who gets amnesty in each version?
10. learning | 13 Jul 2012
» The Constitution Court has dismissed the petitions submitted by opponents of the Government's charter amendment bill. There is no evidence it is intended to overthrow the current form of government, the judges said.