Canadian ISP sued for data handover

A U.S. citizen who says he risks prison in Thailand has sued an Internet company for allegedly handing over his personal data, in a legal test touching on the kingdom’s tough ban on royal insults.Anthony Chai, a Thai-born naturalized American who runs a computer store in California, said in a lawsuit that Canadian web service provider Netfirms. com Inc. broke U.S. law by sharing his personal information with Thai authorities.To read this AFP report in full, see:
www.ottawacitizen.com/technology/Canadian+sued+data+handover/5345942/story.html
www.vancouversun.com/business/technology/Canadian+sued+data+handover/5345942/story.html
www.montrealgazette.com/technology/Canadian+sued+data+handover/5345942/story.html

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