The Cyberspace Security: Does ASEAN Ready to Deal with Internet Spy?

9 Pages Posted: 14 Nov 2017

Date Written: January 1, 2014


The essence of this essay has recognized the decentralization of data protection from the state to other actors. Though the state and regional organization such as ASEAN are key actors, making it solely is not acceptable for economic promotion in the long run. A non-interference approach will have a distinct affect on individuals; especially disturb the safeguards for the data subject, right to privacy and right to information, while appealing the democrat legitimacy of the data processing and its neutrality. Nevertheless, the success of any decentralization toward co-regulation is modified on the intervention of the state authorities among the diverse stakeholders, namely among personal data processing-regimes, the state, private sector, and civil society. The terms which will re-define whether the path to such intervention is mutable or not will count on the nature of law adopted for protection, how decentralization of power rise, and if such initiations are important to the goal of “balancing controls”.

Keywords: AEC, International Security, Cyberspace

Suggested Citation

Tassanakunlapan, Tossapon, The Cyberspace Security: Does ASEAN Ready to Deal with Internet Spy? (January 1, 2014). International Journal of College of Government (RSUIJCG), Vol. 1, No. 1, (2014), Available at SSRN:

Tossapon Tassanakunlapan (Contact Author)

Faculty of Law, Chiang Mai University ( email )

Suthep Muang
Muang, Chiangmai 50000

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