The first Thailand Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) was legislated on May 28, 2019 with full compliance required by May 28, 2020. Companies that do not comply can be hit with severe fines or even imprisonment.
Complying with the PDPA can be overwhelming as the new legislation is highly detailed and requires new processes, policies and, in some cases, technology adoption by businesses.
Fujitsu recommends three key actions to help ensure smooth PDPA compliance in time for the looming deadline.
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