Information and Communications Technology Minister Sitthichai Pookaiyaudom said the law, implemented for the first time on Wednesday, to counter cyber crimes, will not affect the public’s use of computers or Internet services and was only designed to combat crimes involving national security, lese majeste, medical and pornography offenses. The ICT minister said the new law will by no means violate individual freedom to surf cyberspace or deny normal public access to Internet and E-mail services…
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