In these times when things can be broadcast to the world with just a few finger taps, it becomes even more important for us to pause and take time to verify things or even to reflect on our own motivations.
While social media and the Internet have been wonderful in creating a platform for all opinions to be expressed, I still think that not all opinions are created equal – especially in matters involving technical expertise.
Are there legal remedies available to a person whose “intimate photo” while dining at a restaurant is posted in a social media platform accompanied by a “derisive caption”?
If 2020 was the year where technology laggards are finally acknowledging the need for a digital business model, 2021 will be the year where we will see businesses learning from lessons the past year had taught us and embrace cloud-based applications more proactively to keep their operations running.
Humanitarian work entails data protection work. Let’s make sure that is always the case.
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”.