Privacy campaigners have been requesting Congress to seriously reform or end the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA). The bill allegedly enables governments to use surveillance mechanisms disguised as security protectors.
As Wired reports, the Senate has so far denied attempts to change controversial elements of legislature. It has now been passed with the invasive measures intact.
CISA intends to stop corporate data breaches by permitting companies to share data with the Department of Homeland Security.
Company lawyers in Thailand Chaninat and Leeds have a team of highly qualified, bilingual business lawyers.
However privacy lobbyists see CISA as a “free pass” that will enable companies to monitor users and share information with the government without their knowledge.
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A landmark law was passed this week in Vietnam enabling greater rights for transgender people, which experts say may open up the possibility for gender reassignment surgery in the country.
As Bangkok Post writes, sex-change operations are illegal in Vietnam, meaning those who want to undertake the surgery must travel to Thailand.
American family lawyers in Bangkok Chaninat and Leeds have spent decades managing family legal matters in Bangkok.
The new legislation will mean those that have already undergone gender reassignment can register under their new sex.
The law will be in effect from early 2017.
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