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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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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e commerce Thailand
April 2023 Electronic commerce, commonly known as e-commerce, refers to the Internet-based buying and selling of services and products via electronic means. E-Commerce uses Internet technology, mobile business, electronic funds transfers, escrowing services, electronic data interchange, supply chain management, inventory management systems, Internet marketing, data collection systems, and many other technologies and innovative business systems. Most, if...
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Space Law Reviews Award
John P Formichella, Naytiwut Jamallsawat and Onnicha KhongthonFormichella & Sritawat Attorneys at Law05 January 2023 Thailand has not enacted a comprehensive national space law for the regulation of space affairs and activities in support of its space sector in accordance with international principles prescribed by the United Nations (UN). Such activities include the registration of...
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Handshake business culture
As technology and telecommunications continue to converge at blinding speed, other sectors are joining the party with equally breathtaking acceleration. An example is the automotive sector, wherein the automotive sector converges with the telecommunications and technology sectors.
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Taxation Of Digital Assets
October 2022 John Formichella & Naytiwut Jamallsawat According to the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), investors had opened only 170,000 accounts with an exchange or digital asset trading center licensed by the SEC by 2020. Still, this number grew to 1.8 million by the end of 2021. The value of investors’ digital assets in...
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Personal Data Privacy in an eye shape with words
November 2022 By John Formichella & Naytiwut Jamallsawat The obligation to report a personal data breach in Thailand under the Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (2019) (“PDPA“) is subject to the risk and impact on the owner of the personal data (“Data Subject“) following the breach. Suppose the personal data breach can be considered...
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Thailand Cybersecurity electric padlock
The interplay between Data Privacy Law and Cybersecurity Laws – Thailand May 2022 1. Legal framework There are differences between ‘cybersecurity,’ ‘data protection,’ and ‘cybercrime’ under Thai law, as follows: ‘Cybersecurity’ is defined as any measure or procedure established to prevent, address, or mitigate the risk of cyber threats from inside and outside Thailand, which...
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