|Verfasst am: 01.04.2021, 04:33 Titel:
Warning posts - sharing fake news, April Fool's Day may be
Lt. Col. Siriwat is good enough, Deputy Commander of the Technological Crime Suppression Division (Deputy Director of the Police), as a spokesman for the Royal Thai Police, revealed that on tomorrow, April 1, Every year is April Fool's Day, or “Fool's Day,” where it is a foreign tradition to make jokes and deceitfulness against each other. Which may have people thinking of having fun posting or sharing information that is deceptive tomorrow and then come out to answer later in the day. Without holding the blame for anger
But since during this time the country is vigilant on the spread of the COVID-19 virus. In addition, people have สมัครสล็อต more access to social media. Therefore, I would like to warn you not to post or share any stories that are not true and claim that it is a joke on the day of a lie in the manner of fake news (Fake News) that hurt others. Humiliated Especially those related to the COVID-19 epidemic. Or on other issues that cause people to panic Which in this regard there is a clearly governing law
"Ask for cooperation among the people If you're going to have fun by lying, be creative and don't violate the law, ”said Lt. Col. Siriwat.
Due to posting or sharing news On social media that is not true, there will be imprisonment and fines for the offense. The Computer Crime Act, B.E. 2560 (2017), Section 14 (1) introduces the computer system that distorts computer information. Or fake, whether in whole or in part Or false computer data Which is likely to cause damage to the public
Section 14 (2) Any person who enters a computer system with false computer data. Which is likely to damage the security of the country Public safety Economic stability of the country Or infrastructure that is public interest of the country Or cause panic to the public
Section 14 (5) Any person who publishes or transmits computer data as mentioned above. Shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand baht. Or both
“Recently, there are many people who are not good at trying to release fake news. In order to make people confused and panic Therefore leave the people with a lot of discretion Before believing and sharing information, especially on social media. Which will have law enforcement against such offenders. According to the policy of the government and the Royal Thai Police, "Lt. Col. Siriwat said.