Latest posts by Arthit Suriyawongkul
When Thailand Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva assumed office in 2008, he sent an SMS to millions of Thai mobile phone users asking for unity. Now he is facing a corruption charge for receiving a "gift" from telecom companies. He is also accused of violating the privacy of cell phone consumers
After the dispersal of Red Shirt protests in Thailand, the government proceeded to arrest several opposition leaders and suspected supporters of the movement. The arrest of a history professor has sparked a strong reaction, especially in the online community
Self-censorship on YouTube is working well - silently. One of the silently banned clips can be viewed anywhere in the world, except Thailand.
Thai police officer filed a criminal complaint seeking to have British journalist, Jonathan Head, of British Broadcasting Corporation charged for insulting Thailand's king