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  7. Microsoft has announced new tools during their Microsoft Build 2018 Conference for seamless interaction between the user’s PC and mobile device. First up is the Your Phone application for Windows 10 which links your phone and Windows 10 PC. With the app, you can send web pages from your phone instantly to your PC and continue what you’re doing-read, watch, or browse with all the benefits of a bigger screen. You will also be able to access your phone’s text messages, photos, and notifications straight from your PC. Next is Timeline support for Android and iOS. Timeline, as the name suggests, tracks the apps you use on your PC and gives you a visual summary of your recent activities. Microsoft brings this feature to Android via the update Microsoft Launcher, and iOS via Microsoft Edge. If you use the same apps on your phone and desktop, such as Skype or Outlook, you will see the activities on both devices. source: Microsoft
  8. Two of the country’s largest fast food chains, Wendy’s Philippines, and Jollibee were ordered by the National Privacy Commission (NPC) to take actions against data breach. In a report by ABS-CBN, Wendy’s Philippines suffered a breach on its website on April 23. On April 26, the fast-food chain notified the commission that its website was infiltrated and that personal data has been exfiltrated, which could include the subject’s name, email address, contact number, and address. The NPC issued an order on May 2, asking Wenphil Corporation to notify its users of the data breach; provide a copy of the server logs, network logs, and traffic logs of its website prior to the breach; and conduct a new Privacy Impact Assessment. In a report by the Manila Bulletin, Jollibee encountered a similar issue after the initial investigation showed attempts of a data breach. The NPC is coming out with a comprehensive order asking Jollibee to implement an immediate corrective measure either today or by tomorrow. The National Privacy Commission is the country’s privacy watchdog; an independent body mandated to administer and implement the Data Privacy Act of 2012 and to monitor and ensure compliance of the country with international standards set for data protection. source: ABS-CBN and Manila Bulletin
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  15. In their F8 2018 conference, Facebook has also announced their plans to build a Clear History feature that will give users more information and control over the data Facebook receives from other websites and apps that use their services. The Clear History feature will enable users the ability to see the websites and apps that send Facebook information when you use them, delete this information from your account, and turn off Facebook’s ability to store it associated with your account. By clearing your history, Facebook will remove identifying information so a history of the websites and apps you’ve used won’t be associated with your account. Facebook will still provide apps and websites with aggregated analytics but without storing the information in a way that’s associated with your account. Facebook maintains that they do not tell advertisers who you are. Facebook’s Clear History feature is still in the works as the company will work with privacy advocates, academics, policymakers and regulators to get their input on their approach. Credit goes to Yugatech