This article examines Thailand’s recent high profile case on hotel defamation and the Computer Crimes Act, and considers significant issues that travel and tourism-related OTAs, websites and platforms should be aware of.
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Felicity Jones and Alan Polivnick have once again collaborated for a feature article in prominent hospitality trade publication Hotels Magazine.
This is the fourth of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community. This article will focus on US sanctions on Cuba.