Thailand’s first regulatory framework for personal data protection will be fully operational on 27 May 2020. In this article, we outline the steps for businesses to get ready for the implementation of the Personal Data Protection Act 2019.
Agoda is one of the world’s fastest growing digital travel platforms, providing travellers with a choice of more than 2.5m properties.
The Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) came into force on 28 May 2019 and we look at the key differences between the PDPA and the GDPR and apply lessons from GDPR prosecutions to compliance with the PDPA.
The Thai government has become increasingly receptive to the use of cryptocurrency projects and exchanges, such as “LiVE” technology.
This article considers the risk of violations of licensing laws by securities business operators and advertising agencies in the Thai market.
This is the third briefing in a four part series which also includes regulation of ICOs and digital token offerings in Thailand, Thailand’s licensing regime for digital asset businesses, and LiVE: Thailand’s blockchain-based OTC platform for startups.
This is the second briefing in a four part series which also includes regulation of ICOs and digital token offerings in Thailand, investor Protection in Thailand for ICOs and digital tokens, and LiVE: Thailand’s blockchain-based OTC platform for startups.
This briefing is the first in a four part series and looks at the regulation of ICOs and digital token offerings in Thailand.
The Bank of Thailand launched its latest programme of foreign exchange regulation reform in June 2017. A year later, we provide an update on the progress so far and what Thailand and foreign investors can expect in the future.