Thailand delays data protection law implementation by one year amid covid-19 crisis

Monday 25 May 2020 | 14:46 CET | News
Thailand has delayed the introduction of its data law by one year. Businesses will now have one more year to comply with a new personal data protection law, Reuters reports. The decision is due to the covid-19 crises which affected business' preparation for implementation. The deadline to comply with the new law has now been set for end May 2021 from 27 May. 

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