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First GEPCSET Roadshow I n t ercon ti nen t a l H o t
First GEPCSET Roadshow I n t ercon ti nen t a l H o t
First GEPCSET Roadshow I n t ercon ti nen t a l H o t

First GEPCSET Roadshow Intercontinental Hotel Manila 09 September 2009

MARIA LOURDES A. YAPTINCHAY Director, E-Commerce Office Department of Trade and Industry

Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?

Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?
Do you feel confident and secure to do your transactions online?

Barriers to electronic commerce still exist

Lack of trust

to electronic commerce still exist • Lack of trust “ T rus t i s cen
to electronic commerce still exist • Lack of trust “ T rus t i s cen

Trust is central to any commercial transaction”.

Uncertainty about the regulatory environment

“Achieving a balance between self-regulation and a legal framework will not be easy”.

Gaining access

Logistical problems (e.g. payment, delivery)

E- commerce provides a new way of conducting commercial transactions and a new set of
E- commerce provides a new way of conducting commercial transactions and a new set of

E-commerce provides a new way of conducting commercial transactions and a new set of legal and regulatory framework …

Republic Act No. 8792

An Act Providing for the Recognition and Use of Electronic Commercial and Non-commercial Transactions and Documents, Penalties for Unlawful Use Thereof and For Other Purposes

Penalties for Unlawful Use Thereof and For Other Purposes • Part I : Short Title and
Penalties for Unlawful Use Thereof and For Other Purposes • Part I : Short Title and

Part I : Short Title and Declaration of Policy

Part II : Electronic Commerce in General

Chapter I

Chapter II : Legal Recognition of Electronic Data Messages and Electronic Documents

Chapter III : Communication of Electronic Data Messages or Electronic Documents

: General Provisions

Part III: Electronic Commerce in Carriage of Goods

Part IV: Electronic Transactions in Government

Part V : Final Provisions

Objective of the ECA

Ob jec ti ve o f th e ECA “T o fac ilit ate d omes
Ob jec ti ve o f th e ECA “T o fac ilit ate d omes

“To facilitate domestic and international dealings, transactions, arrangements, agreements, contracts and exchanges and storage of information

through the utilization of electronic, optical and similar medium, mode, instrumentality and technology

to recognize the authenticity and reliability of electronic documents related to such activities

and to promote the universal use of electronic transactions in the government and the general public”.

E-COMMERCE ACT

Implementing Rules and Regulations and Related Issuances

emen ting Rul es an d R egu lati ons and Related Issuances • Executive Order
emen ting Rul es an d R egu lati ons and Related Issuances • Executive Order

Executive Order No. 264 – Establishing the Information Technology and E- Commerce Council (ITECC) from the Merger of the National Information Technology Council (NITC) and the Electronic Commerce Promotion Council (ECPC) (12 July 2000). ITECC was abolished per EO 334 issued on 20 July 2004.

Implementing Rules and Regulations of the ECA (13 July 2000)

Supreme Court Memorandum No. 01-7-01 - Rules on Electronic Evidence (17 July 2001)

Joint DTI-DOST Department Administrative Order No. 2 – Providing Implementing Rules and Regulations for Electronic Authentication and Electronic Signatures (28 September 2001)

IRRs and Related Issuances

IRRs and Related Issuances • NCC Memorandum Circular No. 2002-01 – Guidelines on Creation of the
IRRs and Related Issuances • NCC Memorandum Circular No. 2002-01 – Guidelines on Creation of the

NCC Memorandum Circular No. 2002-01 – Guidelines on Creation of the Agencys Official Website and Compliance to E-Commerce Law and Stage One of the UN-ASPA Stages of E-Government (11 July 2002) and succeeding circulars to comply with Stage 2 and 3

BSP Circular No. 269 – New Guidelines on E-Banking Activities (21 December 2000)

Republic Act No. 9184 – Government Procurement Reform Act (08 October 2003)

Executive Order No. 269 – Creating the Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT) (12 January 2004)

CICT Memorandum Circular No. 1 – Guidelines in the Administration of the .ph Domain Name (August 2004)

IRRs and Related Issuances

IRRs and Related Issuances • Executive Order No. 482 – Creating the National Single Window Task
IRRs and Related Issuances • Executive Order No. 482 – Creating the National Single Window Task

Executive Order No. 482 – Creating the National Single Window Task Force for Cargo Clearance (27 December 2005)

BSP Circular No. 511 – Guidelines on Technology Risk Management (03 February 2006)

DTI DAO No. 8, Series of 2006 Prescribing Guidelines for the Protection of Personal Data in Information and Communications Systems in the Private Sector (21 July 2006)

BSP Circular No. 542 – Consumer Protection for Electronic Banking (01 September 2006)

DTI-DOF Joint DAO No. 2, Series of 2006 – Guidelines Implementing RA 8792 on Electronic Payment and Collection System in Government (25 October 2006)

NTC Memorandum Circular No. 04-06-2007 – Data Log Retention of Telecommunications Traffic (08 June 2007)

NTC Memorandum Circular No. 05-06-2007 Consumer Protection Guidelines (08 June 2007)

IRRs and Related Issuances

IRRs and Related Issuances • Joint DTI-DOH-DA Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2008 – Rules
IRRs and Related Issuances • Joint DTI-DOH-DA Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2008 – Rules

Joint DTI-DOH-DA Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2008 Rules and Regulations for Consumer Protection in a Transaction Covered by the Consumer Act of the Philippines (RA 7394) through Electronic Means (RA 8792) (20 October 2008)

DTI Department Order No. 09-16 – Institutionalizing an E-Commerce Unit in DTI which shall be referred to as the E-Commerce Office (06 March

2009)

BSP Circular No. 649 – Guidelines Governing the Issuance of Electronic Money (E-Money) and the Operations of Electronic Money Issuers (EMI) in the Philippines (09 March 2009)

Executive Order No. 810 – Institutionalizing the Certification Scheme for Digital Signatures and Directing the Application of Digital Signatures in E- Government Services (15 June 2009)

Principles for E-Commerce Promotion

1. Role of the Government

for E - Commerce Promotion 1. Role of the Government 2. Role of the Private Sector
for E - Commerce Promotion 1. Role of the Government 2. Role of the Private Sector

2. Role of the Private Sector

3. International Coordination and Harmonization

4. Neutral Tax Treatment

5. Protection of Users

6. Electronic Commerce Awareness

7. Small and Medium Enterprises

8. Skills Development

9. Government as a Model User

10. Convergence

11. Domain Name System

12. Access to Public Records

13. Dispute Mechanisms

Building user and consumer trust i s v ital f or e-commerce t o g
Building user and consumer trust i s v ital f or e-commerce t o g

Building user and consumer trust is vital for e-commerce to grow …

We need to put up the e-commerce pillars…

We need to p ut u p the e-commerce p illars… 13
We need to p ut u p the e-commerce p illars… 13
We need to p ut u p the e-commerce p illars… 13
We need to p ut u p the e-commerce p illars… 13
We need to p ut u p the e-commerce p illars… 13

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National PKI Project

National PKI Project Project Description • A US$2.3 million project funded by KOICA (2008-2009). • Involves
National PKI Project Project Description • A US$2.3 million project funded by KOICA (2008-2009). • Involves

Project Description

A US$2.3 million project funded by KOICA (2008-2009).

Involves the development of a master plan, establishment of a Root CA and Government CA (to be operated by the CICT-NCC, which will host the PKI Center), and the implementation of a pilot PKI system (by the Bureau of Internal Revenue).

Project components include human resource development/capacity building programs; consultancy services and dispatch of experts; and equipment, materials and software for the Pilot PKI System and PKI Center.

Proponents: DTI and CICT-NCC

Electronic commerce is g lobal , it knows no boundaries. New and more direct relationships
Electronic commerce is g lobal , it knows no boundaries. New and more direct relationships

Electronic commerce is global, it knows no boundaries.

New and more direct relationships between businesses and consumers are forged.

Coordinated, consistent national policies are necessary.

First GEPCSET Roadshow I n t ercon ti nen t a l H o t
First GEPCSET Roadshow I n t ercon ti nen t a l H o t
First GEPCSET Roadshow I n t ercon ti nen t a l H o t

First GEPCSET Roadshow Intercontinental Hotel Manila 09 September 2009

MARIA LOURDES A. YAPTINCHAY Director, E-Commerce Office Department of Trade and Industry