Pattarachai Preechapanich: From True Move H at home to Facebook worldwide, privacy concerns are front and centre as the law plays catch-up, write Suchit Leesa-nguansuk and Komsan Tortermvasana.
Goosebumps are rising among social media fans amid a firestorm over Facebook’s massive personal data harvesting.
Coincidentally, a similar scandal has erupted in Thailand, where one of the country’s largest telecom operators faces censure as a result of IT security negligence.
In the latest saga, the personal data of about 46,000 True Move H users was recently leaked into Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud storage.
The leaked data found by security researchers on AWS cloud storage, also known as the S3 bucket, included scanned images of users’ ID cards, passports and driving licences.
More than 32GB of…