We at AdSpark are pleased to join hands with you, our data subjects, and with the National Privacy Commission in celebrating the Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) 2019.
We vow to respect and protect your data privacy rights.
The personal data you entrust us with enables us to do our jobs better, which is all about creating quality services and products that are more suitable to your needs. Your data are at the core of our business. In turn, we assume the responsibility to safeguard them to ensure your digital, financial, reputational and physical safety.
We proudly join the NPC in proclaiming, Datos ng Pilipino, Protektado ko!
But we cannot do it alone. It takes a community to truly protect the privacy of data. Your conscious involvement in this matter is just as important in making this happen. To know what we do with your data, how we protect them from unauthorized use, please check the following:
We have also made it our responsibility to join the NPC in educating Filipinos regarding data privacy. In order to do so, we have written the following articles that will empower marketers and consumers alike to take data privacy seriously:
As NPC Commissioner Raymund E. Liboro said, “compliance is not an overnight journey.” Here’s some things to keep in mind as we celebrate privacy awareness — not just this week, but throughout the entire year.
Privacy Impact Assessments are one of the cornerstones of the Data Privacy Act — and, in fact, any kind of data privacy regulation such as the GDPR. But what exactly is a Privacy Impact Assessment?
Data privacy has been a hot topic for quite some time and here comes the National Privacy Commission to regulate it. So what does this mean for you?
When everyone is sharing their information on social media, should you? In an age where sharing and stealing information have never been easier, here are few tips to guard you from data breach.
Did you know that only 80% of emails actually end up in the inbox? Make sure yours don’t end up in the dreaded spam folder.
Nowadays, whatever website you’re on, there’s a consent form to fill or a checkbox to tick. But what might be a nuisance to all, is a necessity for both brands and consumers.
We would love to hear your suggestions, comments and questions relating to data privacy. Contact our Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.