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  1. THAILAND LIVE

    Windows 10 keylogger: How to stop Microsoft tracking your every move BY STAFF WRITER Microsoft suffered another backlash from users earlier this week when it was revealed that Windows has a secret keylogger that tracks everything you type. Full story: http://tech.thaivisa.com/windows-10-keylogger-how-to-stop-microsoft-tracking-your-every-move/20583/
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    Media groups to give views on reconciliation By The Nation BANGKOK: -- Media groups will join other civil organisations in sharing views on reconciliation with the government-initiated reconciliation preparation committee chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan. Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/975173-media-groups-to-give-views-on-reconciliation/
  3. Media groups to give views on reconciliation By The Nation BANGKOK: -- Media groups will join other civil organisations in sharing views on reconciliation with the government-initiated reconciliation preparation committee chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan. The civil sector joined the talks this week and the media groups, including the Thai Journalists Association, the Thai Broadcast Journalists Association, the National Press Council, and others, are scheduled to meet the committee next Tuesday, said Maj-General Kongcheep Tantrawanich, chairman of the committee’s PR sub-panel. Kongcheep said the talks had been “half-way” and urged all concerned not to frustrate the public with their comments outside the talks. The Pheu Thai party last week submitted a letter proposing the disbanding of the committee and its sub-panels, calling instead for a fresh start of independent talks. This has triggered exchanges that have shaken confidence in the government’s arrangement of talks. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30310151 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-03-24
  4. THAILAND LIVE

    Ex-AI boss says public has right to see evidence in teen activist’s killing By The Nation BANGKOK: -- Authorities must show the public the evidence that justifies the Army’s claim that the extra-judicial killing of Lahu teen activist Chaiyapoom Pasae at a military checkpoint in Chiang Mai was necessary, an activist said on Friday. Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/975171-ex-ai-boss-says-public-has-right-to-see-evidence-in-teen-activist’s-killing/
  5. Ex-AI boss says public has right to see evidence in teen activist’s killing By The Nation BANGKOK: -- Authorities must show the public the evidence that justifies the Army’s claim that the extra-judicial killing of Lahu teen activist Chaiyapoom Pasae at a military checkpoint in Chiang Mai was necessary, an activist said on Friday. Chamnan Chanruang, the Chiang Mai-based former chairman of Amnesty International Thailand, said his call especially related to CCTV recordings of the incident in Chiang Dao district last Friday. Third Army Area 3 chief Lt-General Wijak Banpasop claimed the recordings showed 17-year-old Chaiyapoom resisting soldiers in the performance of their duty. Chamnan said the probe was necessary to determine if the officers over-reacted. He said the case had attracted massive attention locally and internationally, so transparency was key. The Army said the killing of Chaiyapoom was an act of self-defence after the teen allegedly pulled out a knife and a hand grenade. The Army described him as a suspected drug trafficker, alleging 800 methamphetamine tablets were found in his car following the shooting. In response to the drug dealing allegation, Chamnan said the case should be investigated fairly based on available evidence. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30310143 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-03-24
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    NPCO hands over suspects to police following weapons seizure By The Nation Nine suspects allegedly involved in the recent weapons raid in Pathum Thani province are handed over to the Crime Suppression Division Friday. BANGKOK: -- The National Council for Peace and Order security personnel handed over to police this morning nine suspects allegedly involved in the recent weapons raid in Pathum Thani province. Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/975168-npco-hands-over-suspects-to-police-following-weapons-seizure/
  7. NPCO hands over suspects to police following weapons seizure By The Nation Nine suspects allegedly involved in the recent weapons raid in Pathum Thani province are handed over to the Crime Suppression Division Friday. BANGKOK: -- The National Council for Peace and Order security personnel handed over to police this morning nine suspects allegedly involved in the recent weapons raid in Pathum Thani province. Deputy national police chief General Srivara Ransibhramanakul received them before they were interrogated and had their criminal records tabled. A police source claimed that the suspects had confessed to having used weapons in the violent 2010 demonstrations and kept the rest in the home raided on the weekend. The source also claimed that the suspects had confessed to having planned to use the weapons against opponents of Pathum Thani-based Wat Dhammakaya. Red-shirt leader Wuttipong “Ko Tee” Kottham-makhun and his associates are accused of possessing military weapons and criminal association. Police on the weekend announced the discovery of a large cache of weapons found in a building linked to Wuttipong in Pathum Thani. The search was expanded to other areas around Bangkok including Samut Prakarn province. Police will hand over the nine suspects to the Department of Special Investigation for further interrogation as the case also involves a violent demonstration in 2010 that the DSI probed. Arrest warrants have been issues against four other suspects in the case including Wuttipong, who fled the country. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30310149 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-03-24
  8. Australian ambassador meets Thai army commander BANGKOK, 24 March 2017 (NNT) - Australian Ambassador to Thailand Paul Robilliard met with Chief of the Defense Forces General Surapong Suwana-adth in a bid promote bilateral cooperation between the two nations. Robilliard spoke with Gen Surapong about several military agendas during his visit, while noting that the Thai and Australian armies have enjoyed long and close relations. He stated that cooperation on military training, education and intelligence has been initiated for mutual benefits. The ambassador expressed his wish to see Thai-Australian relations grow further in the future. For his part, Gen Surapong expressed gratitude to the ambassador for visiting with him and discussing important issues. He said the Thai military will cooperate with its Australian counterpart, believing it will lay a strong foundation for further bilateral cooperation in the future. -- nnt 2017-03-24
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    Thai premier expresses deep sorrow on London attack BANGKOK: -- Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has sent condolences to his British counterpart, Therasa May, expressing deep sorrow on the attack in London on March 12. The attack near the UK Parliament resulted in four deaths and many others injured. “On behalf of the Royal Thai Government and the people, I wish to express my profound condolences and heartfelt sympathies to Your Excellency and, through you, to the bereaved families of those who were affected by this dreadful event.” “In this hour of anguish, our thoughts and prayers are with the British people. Thailand as a friend of the United Kingdom, stands with the international community in the global fight against all forms of violence and terrorism.” Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30310142 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-03-24
  10. PHUKET XTRA - March 24 - Aussie man sentenced for killing girlfriend in jet ski accident! Seat belts now mandatory? Hunting Tuk Tuk boss' killer, luggage X-ray scanners, Myanmar refugees going home, and teachers no longer need certification. -- © Copyright Phuket News 2017-03-24
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    Comedian's son admits to speeding prior to fatal crash: Police By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter Kittiphum Iamsook said farewell on Thursday to the coffin of the victim he killed in a Monday car crash. PATHUM THANI — Police on Friday said they have charged the son of a famous comedian for a high-speed car crash that killed an engineer earlier this week. Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/975155-comedians-son-admits-to-speeding-prior-to-fatal-crash-police/
  12. Comedian's son admits to speeding prior to fatal crash: Police By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter Kittiphum Iamsook said farewell on Thursday to the coffin of the victim he killed in a Monday car crash. PATHUM THANI — Police on Friday said they have charged the son of a famous comedian for a high-speed car crash that killed an engineer earlier this week. For slamming his BMW into another car at a U-turn in Pathum Thani province, Kittiphum Iamsook, 28, was charged with speeding and fatal reckless driving, according to a local police chief, who added that the suspect admitted to speeding when the accident took place. Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2017/03/24/comedians-son-admits-speeding-prior-fatal-crash-police/ -- © Copyright Khaosod English 2017-03-24
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    Two killed in Phuket resort shower electric shock Eakkapop Thongtub Police question staff at the resort in Rawai. Photo: Supplied PHUKET: -- Police are investigating the death of two people killed last night (Mar 23) by an electric shock from a shower unit in a guestroom at a resort in Rawai, in the south of Phuket. Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/975152-two-killed-in-phuket-resort-shower-electric-shock/
  14. Two killed in Phuket resort shower electric shock Eakkapop Thongtub Police question staff at the resort in Rawai. Photo: Supplied PHUKET: -- Police are investigating the death of two people killed last night (Mar 23) by an electric shock from a shower unit in a guestroom at a resort in Rawai, in the south of Phuket. Chalong Police were called to the resort, which they have refused to name, at 8:18pm. Capt Somkiet Sarasit of the Chalong Police arrived with rescue workers to find the body of Myanmar national Khin Aye New, 31, on the floor of a guestroom bathroom. Her hand, which showed burn marks, was still holding the shower head of an electric water heater mounted to the wall. Her body was lying in water that covered the shower room floor. Lying nearby was the body of her boyfriend, Min Thaik Non, 30, who worked at the resort. On the floor beside him was a broom. Both were unresponsive at the scene and pronounced dead on arrival at Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town. Full story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/two-killed-in-phuket-resort-shower-electric-shock-61519.php -- © Copyright Phuket News 2017-03-24
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    One hand on the handlebars, the other on his...... teenage girls report pervert in Chumporn Picture: Thairath CHUMPORN: -- Three teenage girls in Chumporn went to police armed with a picture of a man who had been harassing them while driving a motorcycle in the southern Thai town. Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/975147-one-hand-on-the-handlebars-the-other-on-his-teenage-girls-report pervert-in-chumporn/