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The Philippine Tax Whiz answers the frequently asked questions regarding the program, which seeks to uphold honesty in paying taxes
The data is found in an unprotected Amazon S3 storage server administered by an engineer for NICE Systems, which is based in Israel. The storage server is made to log customer call data for unknown purposes.
EXCLUSIVE: Can election data back up Bongbong Marcos' request to annul results in 3 provinces in the ARMM?
The facility will help to handle data from iMessages, answers from the voice-activated assistant Siri and song downloads from iTunes, Apple's director for the Nordic countries, Erik Stannow, says
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses how you can pay the right taxes without penalties and compromises
With efforts coming from the public and private sectors, our country slowly but surelymakes for itself a better transport system
The 67-year-old owns over 5,000 Hello Kitty-themed items
According to a Metropolitan Manila Development Authority report, the increase in trash cost taxpayers P1.84 billion in tipping fees
The Philippine Tax Whiz tells non-compliant taxpayers about the consequences of not paying the right taxes
The Philippine Tax Whiz warns taxpayers about the grounds for a tax evasion case
The Philippine government needs to fix and enforce road safety laws to help save lives
Zomato's chief technology officer Gunjan Patidar says customers' financial information was stored separately from the stolen data and was not compromised by the hack
France slaps a penalty of 150,000 euros ($160,000) on Facebook Inc and Facebook Ireland, for 'several breaches of the French Data Protection Act'
While no Philippine bank was affected in the global ransomware attack, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas issues guidelines on dealing with cyber criminals and protecting sensitive data
How does ransomware work and how can people protect their computers from it?
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the key areas for reform to help the government collect the right taxes
A massive study produced by UNESCO encourages journalists to train themselves in digital security, educate the public, and advocate for institutional changes
Which country in ASEAN has the worst traffic? Which has the most powerful passport? Which nation is considered the most corrupt? The statistics may surprise you.
The telco, which saw its 2016 net income take a slight hit, aims to put up 1,200 new LTE 700 MHz sites this year
To prevent data breaches during the long break, the National Privacy Commission issues reminders to offices as well as people on vacation
(UPDATED) With government as the biggest handler of personal information, agencies should be proactive in advocating for data privacy rights of Filipinos, says the NPC
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The National Privacy Commission lists down at least 4 considerations for government agencies when evaluating requests for personal data sheets
After the breach, the fast food chain asks job seekers to apply in person
The move follows a fierce debate over digital privacy protections over the rule that would have required service providers to get permission before selling customer data to third parties
The voters' data leak and a break-in at a Lanao town have put the Comelec, the National Privacy Commission, and the Data Privacy Act to the test
The disappearing sea ice comes as the planet has marked 3 years in a row of record-breaking heat, raising new concerns about the accelerating pace of global warming
The telco reinforces its data and network defenses for itself and potential clients as cyber threats mount
Today is International Women’s day, and we’re celebrating Filipinas who exemplify resilience, tenacity, and excellence
The ability to connect to networks without the aid of a smartphone will help the segment grow, says an International Data Corporation report
Open Knowledge Philippines is set to hold the International Open Data Day on March 4, 2017 at Mapua Institute of Technology, Makati campus
The BIR says it collected P1.57 trillion in 2016, or 97% of its target
Yahoo announces in September that hackers in 2014 stole personal data from more than 500 million of its user accounts. It admits another cyber attack in December, this one dating from 2013, affecting more than a billion users.
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While the National Privacy Commission and the police are investigating the break-in, Comelec orders additional security measures in all city and municipal election offices
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EXCLUSIVE: Rappler learns that the stolen computer in Lanao del Sur contains the voter records, including the biometrics, of the Philippines' 55 million voters.
The jewelry set, worth as much as $153,089, is the 3rd of Imelda Marcos' collections to be forfeited in favor of the government
With global spending on artificial intelligence applications expected to reach $47 billion by 2020, BPOs need to start embracing new skill sets so as not to be overtaken, says IT research firm IDC
Mobile data now the telcos biggest contributor to total mobile revenues at 38% compared to 37% for voice
Data guru Hans Rosling, a Swedish public health expert famous for combating scientific ignorance with catchy YouTube videos in his mission to promote a 'fact-based world,' dies
This is to help achieve the BIR's tax collection target of P1.152 trillion from the country's largest taxpayers this year
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The Comelec data leak must spark new conversations on data privacy both in government and the private sector, says the Foundation for Media Alternatives
As some lawyers outline possible legal scenarios, Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez believes that adhering to the current progress of the case is the proper thing to do