Army questions Single Gateway opponents

Five members of the Citizens Against Single Gateway were on Friday invited for a face-to-face talk with the military at the 11th army circle about their alleged involvement in the attacks of government's websites and their viewpoint regarding the Computer Crime Bill which was endorsed by the National Legislative Assembly last week.

A military source said that the five opponents against the Single Gateway concept were cooperative during the talk and investigators hope their statements could be useful and help in tracking down the other suspects involved in the website attacks, believed to number about 100.

The source said that, after seven days since their arrest, the five Single Gateway opponents and other suspects could be brought before the court to be indicted for defying the Computer Crime Law.

Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)