Thailand data privacy law and consequences

Thailand finally has a law in place to protect consumer privacy and personal data. It took over two decades for this law to materialise despite much public concern over consumer privacy violations

Facebook and AR : The end of smartphones and TVs is coming

As The New York Times notes, Zuckerberg has long been disappointed that Facebook never built a credible smartphone operating system of its own.

Thais spend 45 hours a week or 6.4 hours a day on the Internet

Thais spent more time on the Internet in 2016, at 45 hours a week on average or 6.4 hours a day.

Facebook drives Globalization for Individuals and SME

The biggest of online platforms have grown to a scale never before seen, and their users are increasingly international.

Over 241 Million People in Southeast Asia on Facebook

A new study released by McKinsey shows half of all people on Facebook are connected to someone in a different country, a number which has tripled in the past year. And an analysis of the over 50 million small businesses that use Facebook to find customers also shows 30% of their fans are from other countries.

How Facebook Swalloded journalism and is eating the world

Social media hasn’t just swallowed journalism, it has swallowed everything. It has swallowed political campaigns, banking systems, personal histories, the leisure industry, retail, even government and security.

Protesters unite on social media #ThaiUprising

A large number of people joining the anti-government December 9 mass rallies are using the social media to communicate their actions to the world by using the hash tag; #Thaiuprising.

Zuckerberg: These Internet Services Should Be Free For Everyone

Mark Zuckerberg has big plans for the future of the Internet, and the old-fashioned dial tone has a role to play — at least metaphorically In an interview with Wired published Monday, the Facebook CEO talked at length about his newest project,, a non-profit whose mission is to bring Internet access to everyone on the planet.