KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales said Tuesday that whistle-blower website WikiLeaks' decision to publish entire contents of classified U.S.
BANGKOK - Thailand's bid to catch up with neighboring countries on advanced telecommunications technology has stalled after a court Thursday ruled to suspend a bidding process for 3G licenses.
BEIJING - China wants people who buy new cell phone numbers to register their personal details, joining many European and Asian countries in curbing the anonymous use of mobile technology.
THAI WIKILEAKS: Anonymous Internet activists calling themselves "Wikicong" have set up a website to display information about Thailand that comes from the whistle-blower site Wikileaks.
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