The Philippines has just wrapped up its hosting of the 52nd Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA) forum in Mactan Island in Cebu.
Category: Data Privacy
The Philippines has formally joined the Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) System, a move seen to expand its trading opportunities within the Asia Pacific region by eliminating data-flow barriers when transacting with APEC member economies through the adoption of common standards for data privacy.
The Asean took a major step in harmonizing regional data protection, privacy regulations, and initiatives by launching the first Asean Data Protection and Privacy Forum in Bangkok, Thailand with the Philippines at the helm.
More than 2,000 DPOs from major government offices and leading businesses joined the National Privacy Commission’s call to form a united front to strengthen the protection of peoples’ personal data.
More than 2,000 DPOs from major government offices and leading businesses joined the National Privacy Commission?s call to form a united front to strengthen the protection of peoples? personal data.
The National Privacy Commission has stated that it will launch its own investigation on the DFA?s assertion that the private contractor has caused the non-availability of data and other documents entrusted to it for processing.