Thai Junta to Crack Down Harder on Internet Users

The Thai junta, which already administers one of the world’s toughest measures against supposed misuse of computers, appears on the verge going to frantic lengths to stiffen the law even more with, among other things, an amendment that could give the governmen... Read More...

Going Viral in Cambodian Cyberspace

Social media is on the rise in Cambodia, and it may just mark the beginning of the end of the systemic culture of judicial impunity, as well as the long-dysfunctional democratic system. To shine some context... Read More...
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Thailand Ramps Up Cyber Surveillance

Thailand, which already has one of the most draconian computer crimes acts in the world, is putting together a legislative package of eight measures that would restrict even more the use of the Internet on the ... Read More...
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Do You Need the World’s Most Secure Email?

Is privacy and a secure email on your wish list? How does the “most secure email program” sound to you? Or rather, is that still possible in this post-Snowden era? How about a completely secure search engine? I set out to investigate how secure is secure. I... Read More...
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Here Comes ‘dot NGO’

For two and a half decades the Internet has connected and informed millions of people across the globe. It’s now easier than ever to join a community, spread the word about a cause or be part of something much ... Read More...
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Cyberborgs for Cyber Wars

Size matters in the covert wars of cyber espionage – even more so when two Herculean cyber warriors merge on Wall Street. US cyber-security firm FireEye Inc. announced the acquisition of Mandiant Corp. late last week in a deal worth more than US$1 billion, gen... Read More...
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Singapore Bans its First Internet Website

Singapore’s Media Development Agency has shut down its first Internet site, an innocuous fledgling called the Breakfast Network that was run by Bertha Henson, a former journalist with Singapore Press Holdings w... Read More...