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NPC limits disclosure of personal info in publication of decisions

To set privacy measures to a maximum and better ensure the safety of data subjects, the National Privacy Commission (NPC) said it will now pseudonymize names in cases it publishes on its website.

TV anchor Cathy Yang named PLDT group head of communications

Cathy Yang will also oversee the communications needs of the broader MVP Group of Companies, of which PLDT is part. She takes on the rank of first vice president and will be part of PLDT’s top management team.

DICT backs Senate bill institutionalizing e-government in PH

The proposed legislation aims to establish an integrated and interoperable information system for the whole of government. The bill also aims to do away with paper-based and outdated models of bureaucratic work within government agencies.

Unisys appoints veteran exec as new PH chief

Unisys announced it has appointed former IBM Philippines executive Catherine Palma as the sales director for its local operations, the company’s most senior executive role in the country.

Online site taps Katrina Legarda to explain annulment in PH

Renowned lawyer Katrina Legarda has teamed up with legal site Access MCLE to design and create interactive online course on the annulment process in the Philippines.

Google launches privacy-driven ‘safe folder’ in Files app

Safe Folder is a secure 4-digit PIN-encrypted folder that allows people to store important documents, images, videos and audio files, keeping their personal files safe from being opened or accessed by others.

Globe shifts to electronic billing until Dec. 31

All Globe postpaid customers, including business and enterprise clients, will be automatically shifted to paperless billing and will be notified of their monthly bill via text and/or their registered email address.

Ten startups awarded P1-M cash prize in Covid-19 competition

Startup accelerator QBO Innovation Hub recently unveiled the winning startups in a nationwide startup competition that aims to help scale startups with Covid-19 initiatives.

NPC issues rules allowing hearings via videoconferencing

The National Privacy Commission (NPC) said it has adopted videoconferencing to reduce the risks of coronavirus infections posed by face-to-face hearings.

Drilon shoots down AFP chief’s proposal to regulate social media

Sen. Franklin M. Drilon said that the suggestion of newly named AFP chief Gilbert Gapay to include provisions to regulate social media in the IRR of the Anti-Terrorism Act is "illegal and unconstitutional."

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