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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Thailand calls for restaurants, cafes to follow data retention law Related reading: Tracking the politics of US privacy legislation

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The Daily Swig reports Thailand will require restaurants and cafes to follow data retention provisions in the country's cybersecurity legislation that was adopted in March. The restaurants and cafes that have Wi-Fi will be required to store user data for 90 days and make it available to the country's "fake news center," which will weed out inappropriate information online starting in November. Businesses that violate the mandate could potentially face a fine of up to 500,000 baht.
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