08 Jul Facebook Goes After “Pastor Hokage” Groups
Facebook recently took action against sexually-exploitative Facebook social media group accounts in the Philippines. Popularly known as “Pastor Hokage”, these accounts spread images and personal details of women without their consent.
JJ Disini, Managing Partner at the Disini & Disini law firm, says that by posting the data subject’s personal details without consent, those involved are possibly in breach of the Data Privacy Act. Raymund Liboro, Commissioner of the National Privacy Commission, agrees.
“Catcalled In The Philippines” Facebook page admin Koko Rodriguez confirms that he has already gotten in touch with some of the victims of the rogue accounts.
Watch the whole interview below.
Source: Interaksyon News 5