Published: Oct 10, 2020
The Roi Et Lawyers Council has taken up the fight of victims of a krathong copyright infringement case, and filed a complaint at Thawatchaburi Police Station in Roi Et province on Friday against the self-proclaimed copyright agents in Thailand
Published: Jul 19, 2020
A new amendment of the copyright law is expected to be tabled before the Cabinet soon, Intellectual Property Department’s deputy director general Jittima Srithaporn said, adding that the Council of State has completed examination of the draft.
Published: Nov 12, 2019
A 15-year-old girl arrested and fined for violating copyright managed to sell more than Bt16,000 worth of krathongs in just an hour in front of Central Plaza Nakhon Ratchasima, according to a reporter on Monday (November 11).
Published: Nov 08, 2019
TAC Consumer, the copyright agent of San-X in Thailand, has confirmed that the krathong made by 15-year-old girl was not an infringement of its copyright, Deputy National Police Commissioner Pol General Wirachai Songmetta told the press today (November 8) after meeting representatives from the company.
Published: Nov 05, 2019
After the picture of a 15-year-old girl from Nakhon Ratchasima province selling krathongs with the shapes of popular Japanese characters was shared on social media, men claiming to be copyright agents in Thailand made a buy then got the girl arrested by police and ordered her to pay a Bt50,000 fine.
Published: Jun 05, 2019
RMI awakens the use of Thai software and copyright issues, calling for all organizations, both public and private to use licensed software and revealing ThaiWPS office software can easily answer to Thai’s need, according to its press release.