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    Domestic abuse fails to stir public ire

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 15/10/2014

    » The video clip of rock singer Seksan Sukpimai or Sek Loso slapping the face of his wife Wipakorn in front of their house and their daughter went viral this week and became the talk of the town. If you expected to see overwhelming public condemnation of his violent outburst, then you're in for a big disappointment.


    'War on ivory' will fail

    News, Published on 15/10/2014

    » An unintentional dispute has broken out between two groups who have precisely the same aim. The foreign group has demanded a total ban on ivory. Under its plan, all stocks would be seized, all shops would be immediately shuttered, and all trade would be automatically illegal. The Thai group wants to strengthen oversight, tighten regulations and increase penalties. It wants to supervise a small, legal ivory trade. Neither plan will work.


    US domestic politics stalls replacement of Kenney

    News, Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Published on 15/10/2014

    » Kristie Kenney, former US ambassador to Bangkok, bade farewell to Thailand and is on her way back to Washington DC. She held the position for much longer than the normal three-year term, raising questions of whether there might be internal political problems in the United States.


    State cash casts a shadow on media reform

    News, Published on 15/10/2014

    » Political interference in the media has long been a worrying issue for society. In Thailand, the government still holds a tight grip over free television channels as well as radio stations.


    A moment of selfie-reflection with the Mona Lisa

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 15/10/2014

    » What would you do if you came across a superstar? You might quickly grab your phone from your pocket and snap his or her photo. But what if the superstar is not a real, breathing person — what if she's the Mona Lisa?


    Just who is accessing your data?

    Life, James Hein, Published on 15/10/2014

    » According to a recent Department of Finance announcement in Australia, agencies must now adopt cloud technologies. In the announcement, the word "must" is in italics because there are some qualifications like "where it is fit for purpose, provides adequate protection of data and delivers value for money".


    Postbag: Bring out the big stick

    News, Published on 15/10/2014

    » Re: “Bullets of discontent”, (PostBag, Oct 14).

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