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    Update the computer law

    News, Editorial, Published on 18/04/2018

    » If events over the past two weeks do not convince the government to write an actual law covering computer fraud, maybe nothing will. The first unfortunate event was to threaten a Chiang Mai magazine editor with a computer crime charge over something that had nothing to do with computers (or crime, come to that). The second was the reluctant admission by the country's second mobile phone company of security misbehaviour, putting tens of thousands of customers at risk. That is not a crime.


    Cooperation vital to end haze crisis

    News, Editorial, Published on 31/03/2019

    » More than a decade after fine dust particles known as PM2.5 emerged as a health threat in Chiang Mai, the province has started to embrace a new approach that opens the doors to cooperation between state and civic sectors to tackle the problem.


    A holistic haze solution

    News, Editorial, Published on 31/01/2019

    » After much hesitation, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has finally declared Bangkok and its vicinity as pollution control zones and intensified its efforts to reduce the levels of PM2.5 dust that has blanketed the region since last month.


    Drop British journo case

    News, Editorial, Published on 02/06/2017

    » The authorities should drop charges against a UK journalist who was found carrying body armour and gas masks while going through security checks during a transit stop at Suvarnabhumi airport this week.


    Toxic haze cure at hand

    News, Editorial, Published on 22/04/2016

    » For the past decade, the upper North has been hit hard every year by toxic smog caused by forest clearings. And every year, authorities say with a straight face that it is worse than last. This year is no different. This is a travesty.


    Tackling haze a joint effort

    News, Editorial, Published on 08/10/2015

    » This coming Saturday marks the 13th anniversary of the signing of the Asean Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution. All Asean members ratified the agreement the following year except Indonesia which, after waiting for 12 years, ratified the document last year. It is not difficult to understand why.

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