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'Flirt' faces charges under Computer Crimes Act

May 27. 2020
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By The Nation

A customer can sue a 7-Eleven convenience store employee who allegedly flirted via the Line application, Polawat Witoolkollachit, inspector-general at the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society, said on Wednesday (May 27).

Recently, CP All launched an inquiry into a convenience store employee for allegedly flirting with a customer via Line application after using information the person had left on a note to log into the ThaiChana website.

Polawat said the employee could be sued for violating privacy and taking using anither person's personal information without permission.

“The convenience store employee could face imprisonment under the Computer Crimes Act,” he said.

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