Section Code: 0322 - 0325
OFFENCE AGAINST LIBERTY AND REPUTATION
Chapter 2: Offence of Disclosure of Confidential Information
Section 322. Tampering with Mail
Whoever, breaking open or taking away the closed letter, telegram or any document belonging to the other person so as to ascertain or to disclose its contents, if such act to be likely to cause injury to any person, shall be imprisoned not out of six months or fined not more of one thousand Baht, or both.
Section 323. Professional Disclosure
Whoever, knows or acquires a private secret of another person by reason of his functions as a competent official or his profession as a medical practitioner, pharmacist, druggist, midwife, nursing attendant, priest, advocate, lawyer or auditor, or by reason of being an assistant in such profession, and then discloses such private secret in a manner likely to cause injury to any person, shall be punished with imprisonment not exceeding six months or fined not exceeding one thousand Baht, or both.
A person undergoing training and instruction in the profession mentioned in the first paragraph has known or acquired the private secret of another person in the training and instruction in such profession, and discloses such private secret in a manner likely to cause injury to any person, shall be liable to the same punishment.
Section 324. Industry Secrets
Whoever, on the ground that oneself having the duty, professing to call the trust, having known or acquired the secret according to industry, discovery or scientific invention, disclosing or using such secret for the benefit of oneself or other person, shall be imprisoned not more of six months or fined not more of one thousand Baht, or both.
Section 325. Compoundable Offense
The offences in this Chapter are compoundable offences.