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June 2024 Thailand’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) imposes RoPA requirements. Just as we discussed exceptions to Legitimate Interest rules under the PDPA in our previous article, it’s crucial to understand the significance of the Notification (a “Notification” in Thailand is akin to a regulation) titled Exemption to the Record of Processing Activities Requirement for...
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30 May 2024 The Legitimate Interest Rule, the Exception to the Rule, and the Exception to the Exception. This intricate web of legal concepts is not just a mere set of rules but a challenge that engages legal professionals in the field of data privacy compliance. Statutes often include rules, exceptions to those rules, and...
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The Chambers Asia Pacific Guide is a comprehensive ranking of the top lawyers andlaw firms in the Asia Pacific region. The independent research process is precise andthorough, analyzing a firm and its Partners’ legal talent, professionalism, clientservice, and more. A Band 1 ranking is only achieved by top-tier firms with a depth ofexperience and excellent...
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Data Center
By John Formichella and Naytiwut Jamallsawat November 2023 With changes in Thailand’s law and policy on foreign satellites, and political and legal issues involving restrictions on the export of computer chips for artificial intelligence (for more information please see Thailand’s current AI policy), there is increased interest in building and operating data centers in Thailand....
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The telecommunications market in Thailand has liberalized since the passage of the Telecommunications Business Act (TBA) of 2001 (see Thailand’s Telecommunications Business Act). Before 2001, the telecommunications sector in Thailand operated under a concession structure whereby an operator would build, transfer, and operate networks under a specific period with the Government of Thailand.
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Cloud Services & Telecommunication Licensing
The primary reason is there is, in fact, a cloud service license requirement from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) in Thailand.
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Criminal Defamation Litigation in Thailand M.L. Numlapyos Sritawat Formichella & Sritawat
Defamation is something that almost everyone could encounter in Thailand. In this regard, many defamation cases are prosecuted and litigated yearly in Thailand. Indeed, legal commenters regularly comment (and opine) that defamation lawsuits are often intended as a form of strike suits or lawfare.
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Robot Finger AI
The laws and regulations related to AI in Thailand are insufficient, which may pose challenges for parties in the event of an AI-related dispute that goes to court.
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ecommerce in Thailand overview
Under Section 3 of the DMA, direct marketing means directly communicating an offer of a good and service to a customer to obtain the customer's responsibility to purchase such a good and service. Therefore, SMS/MMS Marketing can certainly be regarded as direct marketing.
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