TECHNOLOGY & BROADCASTING
Thailand is in urgent need of a data protection law to prevent misuse of personal information, says two non-profit online data protection organisations.
SafeGov.org in the US and the Thai Netizen Network maintain that breaches of data privacy, particularly among students, continue to pose a major threat to the country's online industries.
Microsoft and Google are gearing up to promote their education cloud services to Thai students in the areas of free email and space for online documents.
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