A postgraduate research student in the nascent field of cyber law, Pattamon has worked as a public prosecutor at the Office of the Attorney General of Thailand since 2015.
Pattamon previously graduated top of her class from Chulalongkorn University in Thailand in 2010, followed by masters programmes at the University College London and the University of Oxford in England, for which she received various awards.
As a public prosecutor, she has spent most of her time working in the Bangkok Economic Crime Litigation Department, where she litigated charges and prosecuted crime involving cyberspace and the use of computer and electronic transaction.
Field of Study: Information Technology
Thesis Title: The Role of the State Law in Regulating ‘Fake News’: Theory, Doctrine and Comparative Perspective
Programme of Study: Ph.D.
Supervisor(s): Marcelo Thompson and Scott Veitch
Publications: Anansaringkarn, P., & Neo, R. (2020). How can state regulations over the online sphere continue to respect the freedom of expression? A case study of contemporary ‘fake news’ regulations in Thailand. Information & Communications Technology Law, 1-21.
Hong Kong PhD Fellowship
Currently she is on study leave for pursuing PhD at the University of Hong Kong.