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New Canon plant in PH to hire 5,000 workers

In January last year, Canon announced that it was investing six billion yen to put up a plant at the First Philippine Industrial Park in Batangas. The facility, which will start operating in April 2013, will manufacture laser printers, accessories, and parts of Canon cameras and other products.

Online marketplace for lodging expands in PH

A US-based start-up, which successfully developed an online platform where travelers can rent accommodations from people who have available spaces in their places, is intensifying its presence in the Philippines after seeing a spike of tourist interest in the country.

SC bares email address for new e-filing system

With the pilot implementation of the e-filing system in the judiciary slated to start on Jan. 1, 2013, the Supreme Court has released the e-mail address where litigants can send their pleadings.

Gov’t to roll out new flagship ICT program

[The government, through the DOST-ICTO, is set to introduce the "Smarter Philippines" program, which is focused on a few vital industries.

Nat’l crime database proposed in Congress

A member of the House of Representatives has filed a bill calling for the creation of a national crime database to upgrade the country's crime fighting capabilities and to hasten the resolution of crimes.

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.

Palace: Lacierda didn’t blame public for not getting Twitter updates

Malacanang denied on Wednesday, Aug. 1, that President Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda blamed the public for getting stranded because they were not subscribing to the Twitter updates of Pagasa.

Solon says journalists won’t be penalized under Data Privacy law

Noting that media organizations are still not agreeable to the rewording of a provision in the Data Privacy Act, Sen. Edgardo Angara explained that the law exempts journalists from being penalized for publishing ?leaked? information vital to public interest.

House approves bill against cybercrime

The House of Representatives passed on third and final reading a bill that defines and punishes cybercrime, completing the triumvirate of ICT legislations that Congress has approved this year.

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