Thailand disrupts a major online gambling operation that handled a staggering $480m in six months; Malaysian online busts ensnare crooked cops.
Thailand's new anti-online gambling campaign puts foreign social networking giants, local telecom providers, ISPs on notice.
The leader of Thailand’s Civilized Party suggests its time for Thai’s to have a place closer to home to gamble at, and for the country to collect the taxes.
AirAsia’s CEO suggested that since the two locations have their Covid-19 situation under control, a travel bubble should be considered.
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Soon, gambling opponents will figure out how to spin any activity into having ties to gambling, regardless of how innocuous it may be.
Authorities and rights holders are taking a tougher stance on pirate video sites that derive advertising revenue from online gambling sites.
A new gambling participation survey finds 30.4m Thailand citizens aged 15+ had gambled this year, a 1.5m rise over 2017 survey results.
Thailand government’s cyber watchdog warns that up to 3.3m of its citizens’ data may have been compromised via association with online gambling sites.
Former Prime Minister (PM) of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra, was sentenced to three years in prison for using his position for economic gain.
Thai police found 159 slot machines in a shophouse near the Malaysia border, and brought in two men for questioning.