TH: NBTC to probe alleged privacy breach by AIS employee

The Nation reports:

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission has set up the working panel to investigate an Advanced Info Service employee’s alleged breach of the company’s policy on security of customers’ personal data.

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The case went public when an AIS customer posted on the popular website Pantip.com on Monday that she had learned that an AIS employee had provided her personal data, including the call-data record, to an outsider.

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  1. Leila Steward - September 15, 2016

    NBTC should investigate the matter for the protection of AIS employees.

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