When planning a living environment, developers need to provide people with infrastructure, create opportunities for communication and leisure, enhance a sense of community and invest in human development and health.
Merit, hard work, and integrity. These are the only things that any person — regardless of gender — should be judged by in the workplace.
The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has remained tight-lipped on the issue of the controversial “request” of the Calbayog City Police Station asking for the names of lawyers representing “Communist Terrorist Group (CTG) personalities”.
The pursuit of equality for women is about removing systemic barriers and providing a pathway for women to self-determine and achieve their full potential.
Love and being cybersecure have a thing in common – it’s both a shared responsibility between the parties involved.
In issuing NPC Circular 2020-03 just a couple of days before Christmas last year, the National Privacy Commission basically sounded the death knell for Data Sharing Agreements (DSAs), which are a key feature of the Commission’s very own Data Privacy Accountability and Compliance Checklist.
A hybrid IT infrastructure has become the primary model for Asia Pacific enterprises environments as CIOs make strategic investments that move many applications, infrastructure, and systems to the cloud while extracting more value from existing assets.
Governments and their lists can be very dangerous. History has shown us that. If data protection offers neither refuge nor relief from them, then everything it is supposed to stand for would simply ring hollow.