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[netizen] Thailand: Computer crime law as lese-majesty substitute








From: cyberjiab@hotmail.com
To: thainetizen@googlegroups.com
Subject: [netizen]  Thailand: Computer crime law as lese-majesty substitute
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 23:18:18 +0700

All,

 

From my IHMO, this rumor nothing to do with Lese-majesty law. It's purely Computer crime act section 14, sent out false information and caused public panic.

 

Did I miss some news that I'm not aware of?

 

Take care,

CYBERJIAB

 

 

From: thainetizen@googlegroups.com [mailto:thainetizen@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Poomjit Sirawongprasert
Sent: Saturday, November 21, 2009 8:45 AM
To: Thai Netizen Network
Subject: [netizen] Fwd: Thailand: Computer crime law as lese-majesty substitute

 

 


From: Thai Kanajarn <kanajarn@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 7:07 AM
Subject: Thailand: Computer crime law as lese-majesty substitute
To: freemediafreepeople@gmail.com

Computer crime law as lese-majesty substitute

Asian Human Rights Commission

In recent days police in Thailand arrested and charged another person over causing a decline in the stock market by spreading rumours through the Internet about the king's health. 
According to news reports, Tassaporn Ratawongsa, 42, a radiologist at the Thonburi Hospital was arrested on 18 November 2009 and charged under section 14 of the Computer Crime Act BE 2550 (2007) with distributing "false computer data in a manner that is likely to damage the country's security or cause a public panic". She is the fourth person to have been charged in this manner over rumours in October about the health of the king that caused the stock market to drop dramatically. The other three are Katha Pajariyapong, 37, and Thiranant Vipuchant, 43, both arrested on November 1; and, Somjet Itthiworakul, 38, arrested on November 3. 
The four join the director of online independent news site Prachatai, Chiranuch Premchaiporn, who is facing a raft of charges over comments that readers posted to the site, not anything that she herself wrote or did, by virtue of section 15 of the same law that, "Any service provider intentionally supporting or consenting to an offence under Section 14 within a computer system under their control shall be subject to the same penalty as that imposed upon a person committing an offence under Section 14." 
All of these accused face imprisonment of up to five years for their alleged offences. Another Internet user from Thailand who made the mistake of thinking that he had relative freedom to do as he pleased in cyberspace who is already serving his term is Suwicha Takor, who earlier in the year was given a 10-year sentence, reduced from 20 because of his guilty plea, for posting pictures deemed offensive to the monarchy. .............(read more)




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