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Palace hits hackers, calls on discourse on new Cybercrime Law

As RA 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act took effect on Wednesday, Oct. 3, Malacanang sought to reassure the public amidst widespread opposition to the new law even as it deplored the hacking attacks on government websites.

First on Newsbytes.PH | Cybercrime bill signed into law by Pres. Aquino

Louis Casambre, executive director of the Information and Communications Technology Office (ICTO), said in a text message that President Aquino signed the legislation on Wednesday, Sept. 12.

Lack of trust in personal data threatens digital economy

The lack of trust in how personal data is protected and used has the potential to jeopardize the economic and social value of this important asset class, according to a new World Economic Forum report released recently.

Anti-virus firm: Not true that Macs don’t get viruses

The massive Flashfake attack on thousands of Mac computers has formally exposed the vulnerability of Apple?s operating system.

PH gov’t: We don’t condone hacking of Chinese websites

With the escalation of hostilities between Chinese and Filipino hackers in cyberspace, the Philippine government has released a statement on Tuesday saying it is "not condoning nor encouraging" the retaliatory attacks by local hacker groups.

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