Cops have actually opposed a bail demand from a guy who supposedly utilized the image of the prime minister’s recognition card to sign up SIM cards to be offered to consumers.
They likewise looked for the court’s approval for the preliminary of the guy’s 12-day detention.
Peerames Wongthongkua, 31, was taken by Innovation Criminal activity Suppression Department (TCSD) officers to the Bad guy Court the other day.
The Chon Buri citizen is dealing with charges of going into incorrect details into a computer system, falsifying main files and unlawfully accessing a limited network.
According to cops, 55 SIM cards were unlawfully signed up by Mr Peerames.
Cops likewise opposed a bail demand lodged by the suspect as the offense brings a serious charge due to the suspect utilizing a falsified ID card with the name and image of Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha to sign up the SIM cards.
According to officers, the suspect informed officers that the image of the premier made it simpler to log into the registration system.
Officers stated Mr Peerames is a smart phone sales agent who operates at a mall in Pattaya. The suspect stated he acquired the premier’s image from the web.
Genuine Move Co, operator of the TrueMove H mobile network, which signaled cops to the fraud, stated registration of brand-new SIM cards through the “2-snap” ID app is needed by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC).
As an outcome of this event, the business revealed it has actually sent a demand to the NBTC to urgently examine the automatic 2-snap ID procedure. It likewise used to offer details to repair the imperfection and enhance the security of the SIM registration system.