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January 14, 2019 4:23 AM Nancy wants OSG to review contracts of data mgmt providers dealing with PH govt

In light of the passport data breach, and to further protect the privacy of individuals, Sen. Nancy Binay today called on the solicitor general to review the contracts of government's data management providers. Binay wants the Office of the Solicitor General to review all contracts of government agencies with third-party software and data management 21

December 4, 2018 7:51 AM Ubisoft to set expiry dates for its Club rewards points in 2019

Beginning April 1, Ubisoft Club points will expire two years from the date of acquisition. The initial tranche of unredeemed points to be expired will be points acquired on or before March 31, 2017 MANILA, Philippines – Ubisoft announced on Monday, December 3, it was changing its policies around its Club rewards points mechanism. Ubisoft said on its support 32

November 26, 2018 5:39 AM UK Parliament seizes internal Facebook documents on privacy, data handling

The internal documents are said to include emails between senior Facebook staff, and express the decisions they made prior to the Cambridge Analytica breach, as well as what Facebook higher-ups knew about the company's privacy policies MANILA, Philippines – The British Parliament seized internal Facebook documents from the CEO of a US app developer engaged 31

November 9, 2018 10:29 AM 'Narcos' lesson? Drug 'wars' don’t work

The stars and showrunner of ‘Narcos: Mexico’ are definitely not afraid to be political SINGAPORE – After 3 seasons and a spin-off show, Narcos showrunner Eric Newman is very sure of at least one thing: drug wars simply don’t work. “I think that the world is at war with drugs. And what Narcos shows is that which is very much our point of view – that there 32

November 3, 2018 10:38 AM Twitter removed thousands of accounts discouraging U.S. vote participation

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has alerted Twitter to the accounts, which are removed in late September and early October WASHINGTON DC, USA – Twitter has deleted thousands of automated accounts, many posing as Democrats, that were posting tweets encouraging US voters to sit out Tuesday's crucial midterm elections, according to media reports 41

October 23, 2018 8:04 AM LIST: False news shared by PH-based pages taken down by Facebook

The spam network that Facebook took down shared some false news reports that were fact-checked by Rappler MANILA, Philippines – On Monday, October 22, Facebook took down a network – composed of 95 pages and 39 accounts – that violated their policies on spam and authenticity. (READ: Facebook removes pro-Duterte pages for violating policies) The network 34

October 17, 2018 12:55 AM Manicad seeks to bridge gap between media, gov’t policies

As a former journalist, Jiggy Manicad aims to fill the gap between media coverage and government policy actions if elected as senator. Manicad on Wednesday said that as a journalist, he saw the limitations of media as a form of public service. “Nakita ko yung limitations sa media na pwede nating i-expose (yung issues) but whether yung government a-action 15

October 2, 2018 7:03 AM MMDA removes exemption for provincial buses in number coding scheme

Provincial buses are no longer exempted from the number coding scheme following the lifting of the provincial bus ban along Epifanio De los Santos Ave (Edsa), the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said on Tuesday. MMDA Spokesperson Celine Pialago explained that since there were delays in the construction of bus terminals in Metro Manila 14

September 28, 2018 12:59 AM Callamard: ‘Duterte’s only sin is destroying rule of law’

United Nations Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard on Thursday said the “only sin” President Rodrigo Duterte had committed was to “impose sufferings, emboldening corrupt policies and destroying rule of law in the Philippines.” Callamard, a known critic of the President’s war on drugs, slammed the President’s statement that his only sin was extrajudicial 14

September 11, 2018 6:40 AM China move points to possible end of birth limits

BEIJING — China is eliminating a trio of agencies responsible for enforcing family planning policies in a further sign the government may be planning to scrap long-standing limits on the number of children its citizens can have. The move was part of a reorganization of the National Health Commission announced Monday that creates a new single department 26