The results reveal that discernable and deep-rooted attitudes of Internet users in Thailand toward online privacy rights exist. Further, the results indicate that online patrons have significant preferences about perceived invasions of their privacy on the Internet. The analyses of these discernible traits provide a groundbreaking profile about Internet users in Thailand that merits further investigations in the future.There are presently no Thai laws that preclude the announcement of a gender preference by employers seeking viable applicants for employment opportunities. As a result, most public advertisements readily prescribe gender requirements in anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Attitudes and Preferences of Internet Users in Thailand Toward Online Privacy Rights|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|