Thailand: Proposed Amendments to Computer-Related Crimes Act Fail to Address Human Rights Concerns
Amnesty International, FiDH, Fortify Rights, ICJ and Lawyers Watch Canada urge Thailand’s National Legislative Assembly (NLA) to reject currently proposed amendments to the 2007 Computer-Related Crime Act (CCA) and to instead adopt amendments that would bring the law into line with Thailand’s obligations under international law, including its obligation to uphold the rights to freedom of expression, opinion, and privacy.
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