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As President Rodrigo Duterte hosts Indian leader Ram Nath Kovind, the Philippine Coast Guard and Indian Navy sign a memorandum of understanding on sharing information about the movement of non-military commercial vessels
Fruitas aims to raise some P1.2 billion to fund its expansion plans
The world's biggest Muslim majority nation is on high alert ahead of President Joko Widodo’s second-term inauguration on Sunday, October 20, with some 27,000 troops expected to be deployed in the capital Jakarta
(UPDATED) The Pasig RTC Branch 159 says prosecutors violated Maria Ressa and the other board members' rights to due process
The Department of Homeland Security is developing a plan to take DNA samples from each of the undocumented immigrants and store it in a national database for criminal DNA profiles
'The sovereign council...ordered the closure of the border with Libya and Central African Republic as it threatened the security and economy of the country,' says a statement by the ruling body
Hacking a banking system can now land you in jail for life due to a new law imposing stiffer penalties for access device fraud
The Navy's brand new amphibious assault vehicles (AAV) and multipurpose attack craft (MPAC) boosts its capability to defend the Philippines' maritime domain
Former CEO Carlos Ghosn will pay $1 million in fines to settle the matter without admitting wrongdoing, and will be barred from serving as a corporate executive for 10 years. Nissan will pay a $15 million fine.
Robert O'Brien will become the fourth national security advisor in Trump's tumultuous first term
A liberal outlook in dealing with online platforms will certainly have basis in law. Otherwise, we stand the risk of spiraling down a dangerous path of isolation from the rest of world.
If we knew more about more kinds of foods and their impact, then we could make better individual and community judgments as well as national policies that will affect our food security
Existing laws on the Social Security System (SSS) grant members specific benefits but not bonuses as described in the claim
This is the first data protection-related MOU signed between two ASEAN member states, according to the Philippines' National Privacy Commission
Trump announces via Twitter: 'I asked John for his resignation, which was given to me this morning.' But Bolton denies being fired and insists he had resigned
The Unisys Security Index says 1 in 5 Filipinos stop dealing with an organization after a data breach
This 4.3-hectare base will be equipped with a marine radar, an automatic identification system receiver, and a Coast Watch monitoring system
The drills are aimed at strengthening alliances among the US and Southeast Asian navies for 'an unparalleled advantage that no competitor or rival can match,' says a US Navy officer
Raul del Rosario is now the administrator of the Office for Transportation Security after his stint with Clark International Airport Corporation
The Mindanao Independent Press Council calls for a dialogue between journalists and security forces 'to tackle the problem of red-tagging...as a matter that hinges on human rights'
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines laments 'the apparent lack of interest of local government and security units to protect those so threatened'
Unlike Philippine-based workers whose employers shoulder part of their SSS contributions, overseas workers have to pay the entire amount even before they go abroad
A Google online post says we 'disabled 210 channels on YouTube when we discovered channels in this network behaved in a coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong'
The move is aimed at deterring migrant expectations that they will be released after being arrested by the US border authorities and able to disappear into the US population
The Securities and Exchange Commission approves the planned initial public offering of Manny Villar's AllHome and coconut product manufacturer Axelum Resources
The Armed Forces of the Philippines calls for more drastic powers against terror suspects as Congress moves forward with amending the Human Security Act of 2007
The defense chief wants longer warrantless detention for terror suspects to give security agencies more time to build cases against them
Meanwhile, both the Yemeni government and separatists say they back Riyadh's call for dialogue and a suspension of fighting
The United States Department of Homeland Security cites 'significant improvements' in the security operations of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Efforts to limit global warming while feeding a booming population could be wrecked without swift and sweeping changes to how we use the land we live off
8chan's Jim Watkins is asked to 'provide testimony regarding 8chan’s efforts to investigate and mitigate the proliferation of extremist content, including white supremacist extremist content'
Despite the disappointment, Senator Joel Villanueva says other senators were not comfortable with the plan to override the President's veto
For the progressive lawmakers, President Rodrigo Duterte's veto 'reflected his true bias' and priority of business interests over workers' welfare
The Duterte government roared to end endo, but the final product of their collective efforts sounded more like a meow
'Everything that we do now lasts forever, not because we want to remember but because we're no longer allowed to forget. Helping to create that system is my greatest regret,' says Edward Snowden
The agreement enters into force 25 years after the Philippines and Indonesia first discussed it in June 1994
Legazpi City was the latest stop in the nationwide Run After Contribution Evaders operations of the SSS
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo also calls the presidential veto a 'good thing' as it showed where President Duterte stood on the measure – even if the Chief Executive himself had previously certified the very same bill as urgent
Scentko promises customers a whopping 400% return if they buy the company's perfume, but it is not authorized to engage in investment activities
This is in response to Chinese warships crossing Tawi-Tawi waters undetected
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III says provisions on defining 'labor-only contracting' among others will be part of a new proposal it will submit to the Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council by August 5
'Babalik tayo sa Grade 1,' says Senator Joel Villanueva as he refiles the Security of Tenure bill that was previously certified 'urgent' by Malacañang
(UPDATED) Senators express dismay over President Rodrigo Duterte's veto of the security of tenure bill, noting the measure was certified as urgent months before
(4th UPDATE) Despite the setback, labor groups say President Duterte's veto won't stop workers' struggle to end contractualization
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte vetoes the security of tenure bill, despite certifying it as urgent in September 2018
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo apologizes for his error, saying President Rodrigo Duterte is still studying the measure
Other new assets include rubber boats and fully equipped ambulances useful in disaster response and rescue operations
Though labor groups say the security of tenure bill is a watered-down version of what they fought for, they believe it is 'better than nothing'
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia says the Security of Tenure bill, which is now up for the President's signature, still needs some tweaking to benefit both workers and employers
Any person who engages in lending without having the necessary documents will face a fine ranging from P10,000 to P50,000 and/or imprisonment of 6 months to 10 years