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    Zuckerberg gets all warm and messianic

    Life, James Hein, Published on 19/07/2017

    » I rarely post on my Facebook page, and never about what I am eating. Its primary use, for me, is to reconnect with old friends or communicate with current friends overseas. Mark Zuckerberg has other aims, claiming that Facebook is the "new church" and that his social network can fulfil the role that religion once did in giving people a sense of community and belonging to "something bigger than ourselves". With 2 billion users, 100 million of whom Zuckerberg considers "meaningful", that is a lot of influence he wields. A vice-president of Facebook recently visited Pakistan to assure its leadership that Facebook would be removing anything criticising Islam, but nothing criticising Buddhism, Christianity, Hindus, etc. This should give some indication of where Facebook's "community" may be heading.

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    Analytics may help with unrest in South

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 25/10/2013

    » Business analytics could help combat violence in Thailand's southern provinces, says Ian Manocha, vice-president of SAS Institute, a North Carolina-based analytic software developer.

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    Software socks cybercrime

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 25/07/2013

    » The newly amended money laundering regulations and an increase in global cybercrime are persuading Thai financial companies to buy specialised software, says one expert.

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    Computers, Social media and Thai law: Part I

    Business, Published on 14/03/2012

    » Computer systems play an important role in many businesses and are easily taken for granted when they work well. What would happen if those systems were to be seized by authorities as part of an investigation of an offence involving the use of computer systems?

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    Computers, social media and Thai law: Part II: Employer liability

    Business, Published on 21/03/2012

    » In an article published last Wednesday in the Bangkok Post (, we discussed the growing use of social media tools by businesses and with it the increased risk of computer-based offences being committed. Today we identify situations in which employers can be liable for communications sent by their employees.

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