AIC submitted comments to the government on Thailand’s draft amendments to the Computer Crime Act
It is AIC’s view that the intermediary liability regime outlined in the amended Computer Crime Act passed by the National Legislative Assembly on Friday is detrimental to Thailand’s ambition to become a regional digital economy hub.
AIC submitted comments to the Singapore government on the proposed changes to Singapore’s Copyright Regime
AIC submitted comments to the Vietnamese government on the Draft Decree Amending Decree 72
AIC is pleased to welcome PayPal and Expedia group, further expanding our membership to include ten of the world’s leading Internet companies supporting the growth of the digital economy across the Asia Pacific.
AIC submitted comments to the Singapore government on the Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill that was introduced in Parliament on July 11, 2016.
The AIC is pleased to welcome LINE and Rakuten as new members, joining our existing members Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and Yahoo!.
AIC submitted comments to the Indonesian government on the draft E-Commerce Government Regulation.
AIC submitted comments on proposed amendments to the Computer-related Crime Act under review by the Thai National Legislative Assembly.
A report by Analysys Mason, supported by AIC, found that in 2015 online content and applications generated over IDR89 trillion in economic value for Indonesian consumers and telecom operators.
AIC submitted comments to the Indonesian government on the recently released draft OTT regulation under public consultation.
AIC releases a White Paper on Smart Regulation for OTT Growth. The paper submits that regulating OTTs would have unintended negative consequences on the broader Internet ecosystem, including on technologies that do not yet exist.