Content type: State of Privacy
14th March 2017
Introduction Acknowledgment The State of Surveillance in Thailand is the result of a collaboration by Privacy International and Thai Netizen Network. Right to Privacy The constitution Thailand experienced a coup d'etat in May 2014. According to Mishari Muqbil and Arthit Suriyawongkul, “their [the junta's] modus operandi seems to be the direct command of ministries and semi-governmental organisations to carry out tasks irrespective of existing legislation.” Following the coup, in July…
Content type: Report
25th January 2017
This investigation looks at how surveillance is being conducted in Thailand. The first part of the investigation focuses on the ties between telecommunication companies and the state, and the second part of the investigation focuses on attacks conducted in order to attempt to circumvent encryption.