Interaction with Terms and Conditions among Thai Students in Digital Environment

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The ease of reading the Terms and the ability of a site to secure privacy are also influencing factors. This paper concludes with a discussion of the results and a brief literature review on the topic. The aim of this study is to explore a better understanding of the interaction with Term and Condition among Thai student in a different digital environment. This research is intended to figure out the ease in which Thai students understand Terms and Condition. The debate about the interaction between Terms and Conditions has been on the rise. This paper will provide further literature on this topic. By listening and writing down the views of Thai young individuals, the paper examines how loyalty, trust, privacy and security, and issues of terms and conditions impact the interaction. The research was conducted with a qualitative focus. Interaction of Terms and Conditions is a social experience. Exploring the interaction of students to Terms and Conditions through a qualitative focus means the interaction can be understood from both personal and social perspective. I conducted intensive individual interviews with a small number of respondents to explore their perspectives on the research question. The questions inquired the participants about their experiences and expectations related to the research question, the thoughts they have concerning online security, and about any changes they perceive in themselves as a result of their involvement in the study. In-depth interviews helped a lot when deriving detailed information about a person’s thoughts and behaviours. It offered a complete picture of the research question. It was used in place of focus groups and used to refine questions for future surveys of a particular group. In-depth interviews provide more detailed information than what is available through other data collection methods, such as surveys. It provided a more relaxed atmosphere in which to collect information. It was noted that people felt more comfortable having a conversation with the researcher about the research question.