The Personal Data Protection Committee has recently published a new notification regarding the rules and procedures for notifying the relevant persons of a personal data breach. The notification sets out the requirements and details of the data controller’s obligations regarding notification to the PDPC Office and/or the data subject in the event of a data breach. Read more…
On 7 August 2022, Yomiuri newspaper published an article titled “Tightened Personal Data Protection in South East Asia”. The article quoted comments from an interview with Nont Horayangura, Kritiyanee Buranatrevedhya, and Noriko Sakamoto.
On 27 May 2022, The Daily NNA published an article “The Personal Data Protection Act effective in June” about the PDPA coming into force. The article quoted comments from an interview with Kritiyanee Buranatrevedhya, and Noriko Sakamoto.
On 6 May 2022, Noriko Sakamoto presented at a webinar for the Japanese Chamber of Commerce SME Committee on the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).
The Thai Cabinet has recently approved the principles of the Draft Royal Decree which will exempt three categories of personal data processing activities from compliance obligations under the Thai Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), namely, (a) public security and taxation, (b) public interests and international cooperation, and (c) legal proceedings and relevant cooperation. Read more.
The Personal Data Protection Act came into full effect on 1 June 2022. Our newsletter lists some critical steps to prepare for PDPA compliance and other recommended practices. Read more