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Right to Informational Privacy: The Landmark Case of Vivares vs. St. Theresa’s College (STC) Vivares vs. STC, decided by the Supreme Court on Sept. 29, 2014, remains to be the authoritative matter on online social media posts, privacy settings, and the greater policy and basis for the writ of habeas data and the right to […]
Just recently, a local actress drew flak for commenting on a public official’s wife’s post, calling it out for being “insensitive” in view of the current pandemic. I tried to see it in the local actress’ point of view, who may have a point but didn’t know how to eloquently say it. Maybe what she […]
Times of calamity, unrest, and pandemic truly test the people’s patience with their elective officials most especially. A scroll on your Facebook page illustrates this point emphatically: Governor vs doctors and doctors vs Governor on ways to prevent Covid-19, the Mayor and the missing chickens (that was quite funny), the participation of businessmen in political […]
The nation is still reeling from the health, economic and other effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, and now we face another major issue that pricks a Filipino’s sentiments, not just because of its possible sweeping effect, but because of its ill-timing. Congress (and the Senate as of this writing) has proposed legislation (a bill) called […]
A brief guide to help you assess what you’re planning to buy, whether personal goods (i.e. motor vehicles, gifts) or real property (i.e. condo, land).