Thailand passes internet security law decried as 'cyber martial law'

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Thailand passes internet security law decried as 'cyber martial law'

Military-appointed parliament gives sweeping powers to state cyber agencies.

Thailand's military-appointed parliament on Thursday passed a controversial cybersecurity law that gives sweeping powers to state cyber agencies, despite concerns from businesses and activists over judicial oversight and potential abuse of power. The Cybersecurity Act, approved unanimously, is ...

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