Thailand arrest nine suspects of cyber-attacks on government
In Thailand nine people arrested who despised be of a number of cyber-attacks on government sites during protests against a new censuurwet in the Asian country.
Of the nine men arrested one suspect the the Thai law cybercrime violated, says Thai minister of Defence Prawit Wongsuwan, reports Reuters.
In Thailand it is demonstrated against a new law that the government easier access to internet in the country to censor. Through the new law, the Thai overheidwebsites offline and providers levy a fine if that particular media is not inaccessible for customers.
With DDoS attacks explained to protesters to various government sites flat. The sites were according to the Thai government but briefly offline and the attacks would be minimal disturbance to have taken care of.
Thailand since a coup in 2014 under the military rule. The command performs online censorship since the seizure, especially to insults against the Thai royal family, the head pressing. On insulting the Thai king or the crown prince are [jurist report] to 15 years.
Since the Thai king Bhumibol in October died, the government has in the country hundreds of websites offline that are critical of the monarchy. The Thai prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on december 1, crowned king Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun.