|OVERVIEW||Thailand has limited legislation that is primarily intended to protect “confidentiality” of financial information.|
|GENERAL PRIVACY LAWS||The 1997 Thai Constitution provides privacy rights. Section 37 allows an individual to “enjoy the liberty of communications by lawful means.” The law applies to the collection and use of personal information by the government.|
|PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION LAWS AND REGULATIONS||Thailand has no applicable law regarding general data protection.|
|TYPE OF DATA PROTECTED||N/A|
|WORKPLACE PRIVACY LAWS||No laws relevant to workplace monitoring.|
|TRANSBORDER TRANSFERS||No laws relevant to transborder transfers.|
|FINES AND SANCTIONS||N/A|
|OTHER PRIVACY LAWS AND REGULATIONS||
Financial Institutions Business Act B.E. 2551, Section 154, makes it illegal to disclose confidential customer financial information.
No laws relevant to data registration.