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Civil society groups call for passage of Open Access in Internet Services bill

On July 5, Better Internet PH together with nine organizations representing the business sector, ICT industry, and civil society signed a Joint Statement of Support for the immediate passage of the proposed Open Access in Internet Services Act.

Civil society groups call on Duterte to veto SIM card registration bill

The proposed law also requires all social media account platforms to record the real names and phone numbers of their users upon account creation.

Free online course on privacy and data protection launched

The Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) on Wednesday, July 28, launched an online privacy course on its official website and YouTube channel.

New report on lending apps fiasco offers recommendations to gov’t

Non-profit group Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) has released a new report on the mobile lending issue, which has been lingering in the last couple of years due allegations of debt-shaming and other forms of harassment.

Rights advocates call for repeal of ‘fake news’ provision in new law

Saying it threatens the constitutional rights of Filipinos to free expression and access to information, a multi-sectoral group of digital rights advocates is demanding the repeal of Section 6 of RA 11469 or the “Bayanihan To Heal As One Act”.

Use of DICT funds for surveillance alarms civil society group

The Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) has expressed its “grave concerns” over the alleged misuse of confidential funds by the DICT for the purpose of conducting surveillance activities.

NGO calls for analysis of data intensive systems in PH

The Foundation for Media Alternatives said it is not against the use of data-intensive systems (DIS) but it is calling for a comprehensive planning and analysis of such systems in order to minimize the risks that go along with their use.
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