1) The author of this article is a Russian lawyer who holds
a Doctorate degree in law from the Russian Academy of Public Administration
in Moscow, MLitt and PhD in law from St Andrews and Glasgow universities
in Scotland. He is currently a full time lecturer at law school in Chiang
Mai University, Thailand. For the comments he can be contacted at: School
of Law, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University. Chiang Mai.
50200 Thailand; e-mail: email@example.com
2) A short description of some of the national laws on indecency can
be found at: http://www.interpol.int/Public/Children/SexualAbuse/NationalLaws/
3) For updates see: www.supremecourt.or.th
4) Thai Supreme Court Decision, 6301/2533 (1990). The text can be accessed
5) Thai Supreme Court Decision, 1223/2508 (1965). The text can be accessed
6) Thai Supreme Court Decision 6301/2533.
7) Lloyd I. Information Technology Law. – Butterworths, 2000 –
8) The text is available at: http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=us&vol=413&invol=15
9) Donoghue v. Stevenson  All E.L.R. (HL). 1. At p. 11. It is
a case where Lord Atkin used the moral precept of loving one’s
neighbour as oneself as the source for formulating the legal principle
of due care in non-contractual liability.
11) This paper develops further the arguments of the author published
in: ‘Indecency on the Internet and International Law’ -
International Journal of Law and Information Technology. Vol.13 No.
2 – Oxford University Press, 2005. – pp. 260-280.