An announcement was made by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications commission (NBTC) who stated that over 7,000 drones had now been registered.
Their agency since owners were told they had until January 3 to do so or face fines or jail time.
The announcement was made by the NBTC secretary-General Takorn Tantasith who said that a total of 7,064 drones had be registered by their owners during the registration period which ran from October 12 to January 3.
He noted that that figure was likely to increase as it only included drones registered directly with the NBTC, drones could also be registered at police stations so the total number is likely to increase.
Drone owners who failed to register their devices could face punishments of up to five years in prison and or a fine of up to 200,000 baht if caught.
Source : ThaiPBS
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