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The Royal Thai Police issued a warning on various scams and online threats to raise public awareness, adding that people should be cautious about what is posted online as cyber bullying and spreading fake news can result in criminal charges. People are asked to cooperate and report any illegal acts to the Thai Royal Police Hotline by calling 1599, according to the National Police Office. 1. Cyber Bullying –  Sending, uploading, or spreading unpleasant, harmful, misleading, or nasty content about someone else is considered cyberbullying. Sharing intimate or private information about another individual can cause embarrassment or humiliation, but some […]

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44 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

Cyber Bullying –  Sending, uploading, or spreading unpleasant, harmful, misleading, or nasty content about someone else is considered cyberbullying

Kind of defines most chat forums in the country, doesn't it?

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54 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

1. Cyber Bullying –  Sending, uploading, or spreading unpleasant, harmful, misleading, or nasty content about someone else is considered cyberbullying.

 so arresting the mods and shutting down TVF then?

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"4. Dating and romance scams : Scammers create fake profiles on legitimate dating websites. They create these profiles in order to form a relationship with you in order to obtain your money and personal information. The scammer will build a strong rapport with you before asking for money to help with the costs of a sickness, injury, travel, or a family emergency. They seek to exploit your emotions by making you feel sympathy for them. The scammers may spend months and months to establish a rapport. People should avoid transferring money or investing in programs to which scammers send links, according to the police."

so shutting down ThaiFriendly, Tender, Badoo then?

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2 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

 so arresting the mods and shutting down TVF then?

And as we could read here in the forum right wing extremists call other users "asshats" and fartholes (bullying) and present us fake news videos that the usa and cia is behind the protests (fake news). But sure as you already mentioned most people know already who are the violators they mentioned.

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4 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

"4. Dating and romance scams : Scammers create fake profiles on legitimate dating websites. They create these profiles in order to form a relationship with you in order to obtain your money and personal information. The scammer will build a strong rapport with you before asking for money to help with the costs of a sickness, injury, travel, or a family emergency. They seek to exploit your emotions by making you feel sympathy for them. The scammers may spend months and months to establish a rapport. People should avoid transferring money or investing in programs to which scammers send links, according to the police."

so shutting down ThaiFriendly, Tender, Badoo then?

So that money I sent that poor girl cause her mom's buffalo was sick was a scam lol 😂

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When all scammers move online, it's got to hurt the mia noi fund. Better get tech savvy quickly with digital brown envelopes.

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On 8/17/2021 at 1:32 PM, NCC1701A said:

"4. Dating and romance scams : Scammers create fake profiles on legitimate dating websites. They create these profiles in order to form a relationship with you in order to obtain your money and personal information. The scammer will build a strong rapport with you before asking for money to help with the costs of a sickness, injury, travel, or a family emergency. They seek to exploit your emotions by making you feel sympathy for them. The scammers may spend months and months to establish a rapport. People should avoid transferring money or investing in programs to which scammers send links, according to the police."

so shutting down ThaiFriendly, Tender, Badoo then?

Or opening up a branch office in Lagos?

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