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  • Facial recognition security push in Thailand’s South

    Facial recognition security push in Thailand’s South

    Concerns are being raised over the move to force all mobile phone users in Thailand’s South to submit their photos for facial-recognition identification. The edict says those who fail to do so by October 31 will have their mobile phone service blocked. The Cross Cultural Foundation says the order given to Thailand’s telecom operators was ‘racial profiling’. “The use of facial-recognition technology risks violating people’s privacy and freedom.

  • BTS smashes YouTube records with ‘Boy With Luv’ music video

    BTS smashes YouTube records with ‘Boy With Luv’ music video

    BTS, Halsey, Boy With Luv, YouTube, record A YouTube record has been surpassed. No… SMASHED. Korean pop kings BTS’ video for their 2018 “Fake Love” received 35.9 million views in its first 24 hours, making it the biggest 24 hour debut of 2018 and the third biggest 24 hour debut of all time

  • Finless porpoise found dead in Nakhon Si Thammarat after Pabuk

    Finless porpoise found dead in Nakhon Si Thammarat after Pabuk

    PHOTO: DMCR A Finless porpoise found dead on a beach in Nakhon Si Thammarat over the weekend following last Friday’s storm. The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) is reporting that they were informed by Vachirapong Sakunrat who found the dead dolphin at Nadan Beach in Khanom, Nakhon Si Thammarat.

  • Alleged Koh Tao rape victim accuses Thai police of suppressing truth

    The more Thai authorities and police try and sweep the matter under the carpet, the more the media interest from around the world.

  • Samui Times responds to Police accusations of ‘fake news’

    The media has become its own story today after Surat Thani, Koh Tao and Koh Phangan police and officials have accused Samui Times of spreading ‘fake news’, apparently the latest go-to explanation for any news that you disagree with. Samui Times responds to allegations of spreading ‘Fake News’ and having a ‘Vendetta’ against Koh Tao Sanook has reported that the Surat Thai provincial police chief had ordered that a committee be set up to investigate the claims made on social media and in the Daily Mail newspaper in the UK –  Samui Times. Samui Times have broken a number of stories about Koh Tao, subsequently followed up by police, about all too frequent mysterious deaths and disappearances on the Gulf island of Koh Tao – a popular tourist location for back-packers and divers

  • The new Blue Tree waterpark and entertainment precinct unveiled

    Phuket’s tourism industry has received a major shot in the arm with the unveiling of the new Blue Tree Phuket – a US$40 million investment and multi-dimensional destination waterpark and entertainment complex set over 140 rai in Cherng Talay. Positioning themselves as ‘Phuket’s premier family attraction’, Blue Tree is the island’s first international-standard, fully integrated waterpark and family entertainment complex

  • Banyan Tree Samui hailed as eco-friendly leader in Thailand

    The Banyan Tree Samui has become the first and only hotel in Thailand to be awarded “Gold Certification” at a single-property level by Earthcheck , the world’s leading scientific benchmarking, certification and advisory group for travel and tourism.

  • Fisheries to send ‘Laypang’ the crocodile to Phuket Zoo

    Fisheries to send ‘Laypang’ the crocodile to Phuket Zoo

    An agreement has been reached by the Fisheries Department that the crocodile found in an old tin mine near Laypang Beach will be sent at Phuket Zoo next month. The Director General of Fisheries Department, Dr. Adisorn Promthep, said today (November 17) that, following the DNA test by Mahidol University, they found that Laypang is a mix breed between a freshwater crocodile and a saltwater one and it can’t be released back to the nature according to the Fisheries Regulation

  • Laypang won’t be released back to the wild

    Laypang won’t be released back to the wild

    The DNA results for Laypang, Phuket’s celebrity crocodile, has been revealed it is a mix between saltwater and freshwater crocodile which was possibly born through a human breeder, not naturally. Phuket’s Governor says that the Fisheries Department will be responsible for the next step in the Laypang saga.