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April Fool's Day

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2024-04-01 11:43:37

        It's hard to believe that the April 1st prank has Roman roots, and official records of the festival date back to the 16th century in many European countries.

        Humor is key to April Fools' Day. The lie must be based on not harming others, not causing them to suffer, and not on life or death. Almost every news agency has reported on fake news today. The most notable world news on April Fool's Day is likely news about trees that produce spaghetti and the conversion of Big Ben's clock face to a digital image. Both were written by the BBC.

        And don't forget that importing false information into a computer system may result in a penalty under the Computer Crime Act 2017, which carries a penalty of up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to 100,000 baht, or both.

Written, translated, and illustrated by: Ratchanok T.