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SEC issues stoppage order against bogus Ayala Group

The SEC issued the order after it found that the bogus Ayala Group has been conducting an unregistered investment scheme called Tasking and Recharging, which offers online jobs to prospective investors who are tasked to perform certain tasks in exchange for commissions.

Newly signed ‘Tatak Pinoy’ law to establish AI research center

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said that the new legislation will amplify the agency’s efforts in building an Industry 4.0 Pilot Factory in the country.

SEC opens online portal for amendment of incorporation papers

Corporations may now file amendments to their articles of incorporation (AoI) or by-laws online, as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to launch new digital systems that will streamline and automate its processes.

PH gov’t dips hand in e-gaming as DOST ties up with Esports World Federation

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has just put its proverbial hat into the e-gaming ring by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Esports World Federation (ESWF), an international umbrella body of electronic and digital sports organizations and members of the gaming community.

DOST-supported startup seeks to introduce e-notarization in PH

With its capacity to digitally automate legal documents, the Supreme Court (SC) has tapped Twala, a startup funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), to digitize notarization in the Philippines.

IPOPHL reports record-high copyright registration in 2023

Data from IPOPHL show that copyright registrations totaled 6,522, a 76% increase from the 3,706 registrations in 2022.

Report: 94% of cybersecurity, IT professionals in PH impacted by burnout — highest in Asia Pacific

A new report from cybersecurity firm Sophos has found that 94% of respondents in cybersecurity and IT roles in the Philippines are impacted by burnout and fatigue, the highest among the markets surveyed.

PH gov’t planning to put up wafer fabrication plant

The Philippine government, through the Board of Investments (BOI), said it is looking to venture into semiconductor design and establish a lab-scale wafer fabrication plant in the country.

Pinoy workforce lacks soft skills to adapt to digital age – study

Filipino workers often lack soft skills like adaptability and collaboration, leaving them ill-prepared for the challenges of artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies, according to a new study by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS).

House asks DICT to hold briefing on Chinese cyberattacks against gov’t websites

Bohol representative Kristine Alexie Besas Tutor also called on the government to train more cybersecurity professionals, noting that the country only has around 200 cybersecurity experts.

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