As a result, attackers can find passwords fairly easily by following their electronic fingerprints. Here's how to protect your personal information online by Jodesz Gavilan March 21, 2018 Data privacy lawyer Cecilia Soria says it's important to be more mindful and less careless in giving away personal information, especially on social media EU data protection may trigger global ripple effect by Agence France-Presse May 15, 2018 While all firms globally are required to comply with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when it comes to the data of Europeans, the rules may have a wider impact if firms decide to extend protections to all users.
The EU's new data protection rules that enter into force later this month are having an impact around the world as firms, including in the United States and China, move to comply.
They can partner with others, including communities, in combating pollution of the information environment.
Also we, About Philippines says very often Official Gazette website is not accessible for important old articles Philippine media under attack Press freedom after 2 years of Duterte As the President enters his second year, we look back at the attacks that journalists have had to endure IMPORTANT: Look also the article by Rappler Research Team June 29, 2018Fighting 'fake news' with the law Some countries are using legislation to fight the spread of 'fake news,' as critics warn of dangers to free speech and the media.Here's a look at the situation in a number of countries.Be vigilant when sharing data on social media – privacy commission by Aika Rey April 07, 2018 ' We encourage the public to exercise a new level of care about their privacy and to take part in forming the future of Facebook in the country,' says Privacy Commissioner Mon Liboro.Passwords: Security, vulnerability, constraints by Hervé Debar March 24, 2018 Technological progress has made brute-force password-search tools, like ' John the Ripper' extremely effective.by Frances Roberto May 12, 2018 ' The UPD administration needs to be level-headed enough to study the rules and interpret them based on the normative standards of journalism, especially when it comes to editorial independence,' says professor Danilo Arao.