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Thailand passes cybersecurity law

Friday 1 March 2019 | 08:33 CET | News
Thailand's military-appointed parliament has passed a controversial cybersecurity law. The Cybersecurity Act, approved unanimously, raised protests from civil liberties advocates, internet companies and business groups, Reuters reports. Internet freedom activists have dubbed the new legislation as "cyber martial law", as it encompasses all procedures from everyday encounters of slow internet connections to nationwide attacks on critical infrastructure.

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Thailand
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