Rappler's latest stories on right to privacy
Proposed amendments to the Human Security Act include increasing surveillance to at least 90 days and detention to at least 30 days for 'suspected terrorists'
Human rights activists say the conduct of both physical and communication surveillance is prone to abuse and is a violation of a citizen's right to privacy
According to privacy rights group Privacy International, there have been at least 7 recorded sales of surveillance equipment to the Philippines
Proponents of state surveillance argue that monitoring individuals is necessary in the interest of 'national security'. But who defines what 'national security' is? To what extent is state surveillance legal?
The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte purchased communications surveillance equipment from the UK. What should citizens know about state monitoring?
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says that 'those working in the government, such as members of the Cabinet, still have the right to privacy'
This landmark verdict could have a major impact on the government s biometric program which has recorded the fingerprints and iris scans of more than one billion Indians
Talking about personal matters online while at work? European firms are allowed to check court says
Students of STC Cebu who were penalized in 2012 for posting bikini clad photos of themselves on Facebook are told by the High Court that the school is not in violation of the students right to privacy
Rousseff: We consider that privacy on the Internet is part of human rights and its defense must receive priority treatment in UN discussions