A new Thailand cybersecurity law went into effect last week, and is controversial more for what it doesn't specify than what it does. As it is worded, it appears to give the Thai government very broad powers to monitor internet use, censor content and even seize property without court orders.
Thailand's new Computer Crime Act gets tough on electronic marketing and spammers will now face criminal charges and hefty penalties if found guilty.
In Thailand, the government is seeking to expand its authority to require access to encryption keys, account login information, as well as https secure websites. How will the government’s efforts impact ISPs and service operators, and what are the legal and commercial ramifications related to data privacy and security.