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What is PDPA, Thailand’s new data law?

The Personal Data Protection Act is Thailand’s first law created to govern data protection.

Thailand’s drive to provide more comprehensive online safety for individuals begins today with enforcement of the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).

Major firms welcomed the enforcement as it was pushed back twice because of the pandemic.

What does Thailand’s first law governing data protection entail?

The PDPA is Thailand’s first law created to govern data protection. It sets forth requirements for data controllers and data processors, including both public and private entities, on how to receive consent from data subjects before processing, collecting or disclosing personal data.

Data subjects also have the right to request access to…

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