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Technology Crime Suppression division chief Pisit Paoin said Tuesday that police want to review the data of users they suspect are involved in crimes, including making statements against the Thai monarchy, arms trading, prostitution and drug dealing.
Thailand has draconian lese majeste laws, which impose maximum prison terms of 15 years for insulting the monarch, and government officials attempt to scrub the Internet of statements critical of the king and his family."We are monitoring only those who break the law.
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"Authorities, therefore, should use extra caution when it comes to citizen surveillance."Pisit said his unit approached Line operator Naver in South Korea, and in Japan where its servers are based, and was hopeful of cooperation.
Line, which is controlled by South Korea's Naver Corp, did not provide a forecast for the current business year, citing a rapidly changing industry.
Line has failed to maintain investor enthusiasm after it went public in the largest tech IPO of 2016, with its shares sliding sharply after earnings were released in each of the last three quarters.
The stock has fallen 26 percent from its peak in late September, although it remains 17 percent above its IPO price.
It said on Wednesday that monthly active user numbers for its main markets dropped to 169 million from 171 million, although first-half profit was boosted by an asset sale.
The decline in average monthly users was in Indonesia - its first-ever drop in that country, the company said, adding that users in Japan rose on the previous quarter.
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