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Jinggoy Estrada

Jinggoy calls for Senate probe on online endorsement scams

Sen. Jinggoy Estrada cited reports on the alleged product endorsements of Dr. Willie Ong regarding a "miracle food" in the form of mixed nuts, and Dr. Tony Leachon, whose name and pictures were used to imply his personal endorsement of a product as a cure for diabetes.

Senate bill imposes prison term, P5-M fine for e-wallet thieves

Senate Bill 2171 seeks to declare the commission of large-scale offenses or the use of a mass mailer as a form of economic sabotage and a heinous crime, punishable with life imprisonment and a fine ranging from P1 million to P5 million.

Senate bill seeks recognition of online publication before law becomes effective

Sen. Jinggoy Estrada proposed in his Senate Bill 1645 the inclusion of publication of laws in the online version of the Official Gazette and of newspapers of general circulation among the legal and recognized format and channel of publication of laws of the country.

Jinggoy says OMB no longer relevant, pushes for abolition

The Optical Media Board (OMB) has outlived its purpose and would best be abolished, Sen. Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada said on Tuesday, Feb. 21, as he filed Senate Bill No. 1904.

Senators seek creation of public school database, death verification system

Under the proposed Public School Database Act, the DepEd is mandated to create a database that contains learner information, while the bill proposing the establishment of the Philippine Death Check (PDC) Register aims to set up a centralized electronic database containing mortality data.

Jinggoy names DepEd’s 5 ‘favored’ computer suppliers, wants probe

Sen. Jinggoy Estrada is seeking a Senate investigation into the Department of Education (DepEd)’s computer procurement program to determine if it has resorted to the practice of "splitting of contracts" to be able to grant multi-billion peso deals to only a few "favored" suppliers of the agency.

Senate bill filed protecting seniors from text scams, elder fraud

Sen. Jinggoy Estrada said there is a need to look after the vulnerable sectors against fraudsters as he noted that most elderly consumers are unfamiliar with today's technology, which is taken advantage of by organized crime syndicates who use social media and other online platforms in carrying out their scams.

Trending | Pinaglabanan Church becomes hot Twitter topic

The church ? which is in San Juan City, Metro Manila ? held a thanksgiving mass for former senator Jinggoy Estrada, who's now out on bail.
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