Rappler's latest stories on Philippine Identification System
The government says having the national ID system in place would speed up the distribution of aid during the coronavirus pandemic
The Philippine Statistics Authority says it is on track to have all 107 million Filipinos registered in the Philippine Identification System by mid-2022
By the end of 2018, one million unconditional cash transfer beneficiaries will be asked to register for a PhilSys ID. The Philippine Statistics Authority also introduces the national ID system logo.
The groups call on the Philippine Statistics Authority to extend the period for public consultations for the implementing rules and regulations of the Philippine Identification System
Select residents of the National Capital Region, Calabarzon and Cordillera Administrative Region will be the first to get their hands on the national ID
Ayala Corporation, AC Infrastructure, Aboitiz InfraCapital, and Unisys Philippines aim to design and develop the infrastructure for the national ID system
National Statistician Lisa Bersales says by 2019 some 25 million Filipinos and registered aliens will be enrolled into the Philippine Identification System
The Philippine Identification System will record every instance you use your national ID or number in a transaction, aside from any modification of personal information
Based on the Social Weather Stations survey results, 3 in 5 Filipinos believe that a national ID system will be helpful to them
National Privacy Commission Chief Raymund Liboro says they will 'continuously press for the adoption of internationally accepted data protection and privacy standards in the implementation of the national identification system'
Filipinos will soon be asked to register with the Philippine ID System in order to get their national ID. Lawmakers give assurances that privacy rights and data will be protected.
The national ID system in the Philippines has been the center of debate concerning privacy and data security
(UPDATED) Privacy experts warn that maintaining a record history in what could otherwise be a beneficial identification system may pave the way for 'dataveillance'
The national ID system has gone through a lot of growing pains on its way to the desk of President Rodrigo Duterte
(UPDATED) Proponents say the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) can help improve the delivery of government services but experts worry about its implications on privacy
(UPDATED) Once the bill is signed into law, the national ID system will be managed by the Philippine Statistics Authority