The Family Planning Association of Thailand (the “Association”) recommends that you understand this privacy policy because this policy explains how the Association treats your personal information, such as collecting it. Storage, use, disclosure, including your various rights, etc., so that you are aware of the association’s personal information protection policy. The association is aware of the importance of protecting personal information of customers, employees, and business partners. of the association For this reason, the association has established measures to preserve and protect according to the standards of laws, regulations, and regulations regarding personal data protection. strictly as follows
  1. Definition: “Personal information” means information about an individual which enables the identification of that individual, whether directly or indirectly. But it does not include information about the specific person who has passed away. “Personal data controller” means a person or juristic person who has the authority to make decisions regarding the collection, use, or disclosure of personal data. “Personal data processor” means a person or juristic person who collects, uses, or discloses personal data according to the order or on behalf of the personal data controller. However, the person or juristic person who performs such action is not the controller. Personal information “Data owner” means a customer, employee, business partner who is a natural person. “Person” means a natural person.
  2. Objectives of preparing a protection policy Personal information The association has created a personal data protection policy to protect the information of customers, employees, as well as the association’s trading partners. In conducting various transactions with the association to be safe, reliable, and to ensure that the data owner is effectively protected and prevents the use of the data owner’s personal information without permission. In addition, to provide remedies for owners of personal data in accordance with relevant laws.
  3. Limited collection of personal information The collection of personal data will be done with the objective, scope and using legal and fair methods. To collect and store information as well as collecting and store personal information limited to the extent necessary to provide services or services by any other electronic means only under the objectives of the association The association will take steps to make the data owner aware and give their consent. electronically according to the association’s methods
The association collects your information through 2 channels: 1.Information that you display and deliver to the association 2.Information We Collect Through Third-Party Services The association may store your personal information regarding your interests and services you use. This may include matters of race, religion or philosophy. Your health information, biometric information, disability, disability, identity, or any other information. That will be beneficial in providing the service. The above operations The association will ask for your consent before collecting data, unless 3.1. It is in compliance with the law, such as the Personal Data Protection Act. Electronic Transactions Act Telecommunications Business Act Anti-Money Laundering Act Civil and Criminal Code Civil and Criminal Procedure Code, etc. 3.2. It is for the benefit of the investigation of the investigating officer. or the court’s adjudication 3.3. For your benefit and requesting consent cannot be done at that time. 3.4. It is necessary for the legitimate interests of the association. or of persons or juristic persons other than the association . 3.5. It is necessary to prevent or stop danger to the life, body, or health of a person. 3.6. It is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the owner of personal data is a party or for use in carrying out a request. of the owner of personal data before entering into the contract. 3.7. To achieve the objectives related to the preparation of historical documents or archives. for public benefit or for study, research, preparation of statistics which has provided appropriate preventive measures 3.8 Usage behavior information Through the following tools: Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Hotjar and Facebook Pixel to analyze the platform’s capabilities and plan future development of the platform. This is usage data and does not involve any personal information.
    1. Purpose for collecting personal information The association will collect, use, update, and disclose personal information of information providers according to the purposes, scope, and methods specified by law. It will store only what is necessary to provide the service. and operations of the association primarily for the benefit of the data owner and others according to law for the following purposes: 4.1) for use in processing, managing, considering, providing services and various operations related to the existing business of the association at present and may occur in the future and including anything for the benefit of the data owner As well as use it in preparing the accounts, financial statements, and accounting information of the association. 4.2) To send personal information to the association. National Credit Information Limited for use in loan approval. or any other relevant government agency for the benefit of considering credit for those providing information. 4.3) For use in tracking and collecting installments according to hire-purchase contracts. and any other debts (if any) from the data owner which the association has legal rights 4.4) to use in amending, canceling and/or renewing hire purchase contracts, employment contracts and any other contracts between the data owner and the association 4.5) to use as data for analysis, proposal, use for market research and/ or organizing promotional activities and/or for the benefit of creating a database and using information to offer benefits according to the interests of Data owner and/or improve the services, operations, or products of the association . 4.6) To comply with rules, announcements, regulations, including any other requirements which the association is legally bound to comply with. 4.7) To present information, follow up, coordinate, and provide After-sales service including the provision of electronic services. 4.8) To carry out any other related actions to achieve the objectives mentioned above.
    2. Restrictions on use of personal information The association will collect personal information in accordance with the standards required by law and will not use or open it. Disclose such information to third parties without the consent of the data owner. except to fulfill the purposes specified above. or as required by law to be disclosed Personal information will be disclosed to relevant agencies or persons as follows: 5.1) Business groups, business partners of the association, including relevant government agencies. In providing services in processing, managing, considering, providing services and various operations that the data owner has received and may receive in the future. 5.2) National Credit Bureau Association Limited, including associations affiliated with the same business or business group. or other related agencies 5.3) Employees, attorneys, agents, individuals or juristic persons providing debt collection services. and/or the auditor of the association and/or services and operations related to the association’s business that currently exists and may occur in the future. 5.4 ) Employees, attorneys, agents, individuals, juristic persons or any other agencies. To comply with legal requirements or establish the association’s contractual rights.
    3. Rights of the owner of personal data The association places great emphasis on the rights of personal data owners. Therefore, the rights of data owners in processing their personal data collected by the Association have been established in order to comply with the law as follows: 6.1) Request access and obtain a copy of personal data concerning themselves. which is under the responsibility of the association according to the criteria and methods specified by the association or request disclosure of the acquisition of such personal information that he or she has not given consent to. 6.2) Can receive personal information about himself from the association. Where the Association has made personal data available in a format that can be read or used by the general automated means or devices. and can use or disclose personal information by automatic means 6.3) Object to the collection, use, or disclosure of personal information about oneself. that are permitted by law to be collected without the consent of the information provider at any time. 6.4) Request that the association delete or destroy or make personal data non-identifiable to the person who owns the personal data. In cases specified by law 6.5) Request that the association suspend the use of personal information. In cases as required by law 6.6) Inform the association to ensure that personal information is accurate, current, complete and not misleading. 6.7) Complain in the case of the personal data controller or personal data processor. Including employees or contractors of the personal data controller or personal data processor who violate or fail to comply with personal data protection laws.
    4. Withdrawal of consent The data owner can revoke the consent given to the Association for the collection, use, or disclosure of the above personal information at any time. By notifying the association of your intention along with the reasons therefor. The association will proceed as notified unless there is a restriction on the right to withdraw consent by law or contract that benefits the association. Data owner. Revocation of consent of the owner of personal data. It will not affect collection and use. or disclose personal information that the owner of personal data has previously given consent to
    5. Refusal and recording In the event that the data owner requests the Association to take action as specified in Sections 6.1-6.7 or Section 7, the Association will take action as requested within a reasonable time and according to the Association’s procedures. Except in the following cases The association may refuse such action: 8.1) It is inherently unable to do so; 8.2) It is refused by law or by court order. And accessing and requesting a copy of personal data will have an impact that may cause damage to the rights and freedoms of others. 8.3) Is the sending or transfer of personal data a performance of duty for the public interest or a performance of duty in accordance with law or the exercise of such rights may violate the rights or freedoms of others. 8.4) Collection, use, or disclosure of that personal information. The personal data controller has demonstrated more important legitimate grounds. 8.5) The collection, use, or disclosure of personal information is in order to establish legal claims, to comply with or to exercise legal claims. or raising legal claims in the event that the association refuses to act upon the data owner’s request to take any action according to Sections 6.1-6.8 or Section 7, the Association will prepare a report recording the refusal with reasons. of refusal stored in the division, department, or other unit within the association which denies the data subject’s request.
    6. Measures for maintaining data security and quality The Association recognizes the importance of maintaining the security of your personal information. The Association therefore requires measures to maintain the security of personal information appropriately and in accordance with the confidentiality of personal information to prevent loss, access, destruction, use, conversion, modification or disclosure of personal information without permission or without permission. Legal as well as preventing the use of personal information without permission. In addition, the association’s committee has created a policy. Regulations, manuals, guidelines and knowledge training In storing, using and disclosing personal information To allow the association’s employees at all levels to preserve, use, and disclose personal information in accordance with the association’s standards and in accordance with relevant laws.
    7. Personal Data Protection Officer The association has taken steps to comply with the Personal Data Protection Act 2019 by appointing a Personal Data Protection Officer (DPO) to inspect the association’s actions regarding data collection. Use and disclose personal data in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act 2019, including laws related to personal data protection. In addition, the association has prepared regulations. Orders for those involved to proceed as specified. In order to operate in accordance with the policy regarding personal data protection to be in order and also in accordance with the policies of the Personal Data Management and Cyber ​​Security Supervisory Committee of the association.
    8. Period of retention and destruction of personal information The Association will store the information received from the data owner only for as long as necessary to carry out the above-mentioned purposes. Except in the case where there is a specific law requiring it to be kept for a longer period of time or it is necessary for the establishment of legal claims. Complying with or exercising legal claims or raising legal claims to fight or to carry out a contract to which the association has legal rights
    9. Association contact channels Family Planning Association of Thailand, No. 8, Soi Vibhavadi Rangsit 44, Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Lat Yao Subdistrict, Chatuchak District, Bangkok Telephone: 0-2941-2320 Email: