Thousands detained as Thailand ramps up cybercrime suppression campaign


The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) is intensifying its efforts to combat cybercrime. It reported a significant increase in access blocks to gambling websites and the closure of millions of suspicious mobile lines last month.

The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) has been taking strong measures to combat cybercrime, particularly in the areas of gambling websites and suspicious mobile lines. The increase in access blocks to gambling websites indicates a proactive approach to preventing illegal online gambling activities.

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Source: Thailand Business 


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