2016-04-29 13:15
 
The junta’s lawmakers have unanimously decided to increase penalties under the Computer Crime Act and establish a committee to handle cases under the Act, bypassing the courts.
 
On Friday, 29 April 2016, BBC Thai reported that the National Legislative Assembly (NLA), the junta-appointed legislature, gave the green light to amend the Computer Crime Act. 
 
In an urgent meeting, the NLA voted 16
2016-04-28 17:53
 

The Military Court has issued arrest warrants for nine political dissidents, most of whom were abducted by the authorities for criticising the junta.

Matichon Online reported that the Military Court of Bangkok on Thursday, 28 April 2016, issued arrest warrants for nine persons, eight of whom were abducted by the military yesterday.

2016-04-28 11:15
 

The Thai military has released one of the 10 persons abducted by the regime in the latest junta’s crackdown on political dissidents.

Nithi Kooltasnasilp at 10:16 pm on Wednesday, 27 April 2016, posted a status on his Facebook account that he has reached home after being interrogated by police officers and soldiers.