The National Privacy Commission (NPC) received various reports on the harmful data collection practices apparently for the vaccination program of the government. For instance, senior citizens were required by a personnel of a local government unit (LGU) to submit their personal data through the comments section of a social media platform if they wish to […]READ MORE
Malacañang appoints former Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Assistant Secretary Atty. Ivin Ronald D.M. Alzona as the new Executive Director (ED) of the National Privacy Commission (NPC), effective April 2021. In the oath-taking ceremony on April 8, Privacy Commissioner Raymund Liboro, welcomed Alzona and his team in confidence to what he described as […]READ MORE
The National Privacy Commission denounces in the strongest terms any act of unjust profiling of community pantry organizers whom we consider heroes of this pandemic as this may violate their right to privacy. We have always been firm in our stand that unjust profiling activities are unwelcome due to the risks it entails to our […]READ MORE
Concerned organizations, stakeholders, and other interested parties are invited to submit their comments/suggestions/opinions and other valuable inputs regarding the draft Guidelines on Administrative Fines to be adopted by the National Privacy Commission.
Please see attached Draft NPC Circular for your reference.
These guidelines shall fix and prescribe the amount of administrative fines to be imposed by the Commission for violations of the Data Privacy Act of 2012, its Implementing Rules and Regulations, and other issuances and orders of the Commission.
Please send your comments/suggestions/opinions and other valuable inputs to [email protected] not later than 14 May 2021
The Commission will conduct an online public consultation on30 April 2021 from 1: 00 to 3: 00 p.m. Interested participants who wish to join may send an email to the address provided above on or before 12 noon of 30 April 2021.
Advisory on modified in-person or face-to-face hearing of cases for all parties with pending hearings with the NPC download here
There is an easier and safer way to file your complaints before the National Privacy Commission through the improved COMPLAINTS-ASSISTED FORM (CAF). Download the new version of the form here. Do not forget to attach a copy of your supporting documents.
Validity of DPO Registrations is extended until 30 June 2021. Email [email protected] for queries.
For inquiries, email us at [email protected]
For breach notifications, send your reports to [email protected]
For complaints, send your complaints-assisted form to [email protected]