The National Privacy Commission (NPC) said it has already brought the issue to the attention to the local office of Facebook.
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The National Privacy Commission issued on Friday, June 5, an updated guideline as a response to the concerns raised by stakeholders on returning-to-work and current work-from-home arrangements.
Saying that hearings through videoconferencing will continue despite the lifting of the lockdown, the Supreme Court has authorized more courts nationwide to conduct the pilot-testing of its videoconferencing initiative.
As part of the month-long observance of the National ICT Month this June, DICT regional clusters have lined up free webinars aimed at preparing individuals in transitioning to the “new normal”.
The Office of the Court Administrator noted the initial success of videoconferencing hearings in authorized courts nationwide where more than 7,000 videoconferencing hearings were done in a month and more than 22,000 PDLs were released during the lockdown.
Sen. Joel Villanueva has filed Senate Bill No. 1516 allowing the Comelec to allow the registration of voters through the development of an automated online system.
Europe-headquartered Global Privacy Assembly (GPA) has announced that NPC chair Raymund Liboro will lead a Covid-19 Taskforce that will drive practical responses to privacy issues emerging from the pandemic.
The Philippine government will soon roll out a community-based monitoring system (CBMS) following the signing of the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of Republic Act 11315 which will provide large-scale initiative in collecting data to fight against poverty.