Violation of Privacy Right
When a movie or song is produced and marketed, everyone involved in the process has monetary gains from the sale of that product. Therefore, that product is protected by copyright law so that it cannot be copied, reproduced or resold without their permission. If you did not pay for a song, movie or other media file that has a copyright, then downloading that file is a crime. Likewise, distributing a copyrighted media file, whether via electronic or non-electronic methods, without the express permission of the copyright holder is also illegal.
Violation of Privacy Right on the Internet includes posting content of defamations or insults to another person for a bad reputation on the internet, disseminating personal information, such as real name, address, image, personal video clip, personal username and password on a website or social media. The content is against Criminal Code (1957) Chapter 3 Offence of Defamation Section 326: Whoever, imputes anything to the other person before a third person in a manner likely to impair the reputation of such other person or to expose such other person to be hated or scorned, commits defamation, and shall be punished with imprisonment no exceeding one year or fined not exceeding twenty thousand Bath or both, and Section 328: If the offence of defamation is committed by means of publication of a document, drawing, painting, cinematography film, picture or letters made visible by any means, gramophone record or another recording instruments, recording picture or letters, or by broadcasting or spreading picture, or by propagation by any other means, the offender shall be punished with imprisonment not exceeding two years and fined not exceeding two hundred thousand Baht.