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Privacy Policy

  1. Privacy Policy

    To create a wonderful world for our customers, partners, community, and the nation, as a whole, Globe Telecom, Inc. (“Globe” or “We”) puts you, our customers, first. Because we care for you, we regard your privacy with utmost importance.

    This Privacy Policy outlines our policy in relation to the collection, use, and protection of your Customer Data to provide you with a wonderful customer experience. From time to time, we may update our Privacy Policy to reflect current changes in our policy and the law. When we do so, we will notify you by posting it on our website for your information and reference.

    By continuing to use Globe products and services, you signify that you have read, understood, and consented to the collection and use of your Customer Data, particularly your Personal Information, in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

  2. Collection of Customer Data

    As part of our continuing relationship with you, we collect your Customer Data, as may be applicable. Customer Data are either Personal Information or Non-Personal Information:

    1. Personal Information is any information from which the identity of an individual can be reasonably and
    directly ascertained, or when put together with other information would directly and certainly identify an individual, such as name, gender, date of birth, address, telephone/mobile number, email address, proof of identification, etc.

    It also includes information about:

    1. the services provided to you, such as, call/SMS details, location information, and certain information about your rate plans and features, as required by law;

    2. the location of your device whenever it is switched on, if you subscribe to location-based services, subject to coverage limitations; and

    3. your use of our network, network performance experience, diagnostics, such as, signal strength, dropped calls, data failures, and other network performance
    issues to help us improve our network and quality of products and services, determine tailored content, and for other legitimate business purposes.

    2. Non-Personal Information is any information that does not identify you individually, and includes statistical and analytical data, and anonymous and aggregate reports.

    We may also request you to update your Personal Information from time to time. Should you be unable to supply us with the required Personal Information, we may be unable to provide you with your requested products and services, updates on Globe latest offerings, and you may be unable to participate in our events, promotions or other activities.

    When you use our website and electronically communicate with us, depending on your settings, we may use cookies, web beacons, small data text files or similar technologies to identify your device and record your preferences, with your consent.

Food Expo

WITH THE RAPID EVOLUTION OF CONSUMER FOOD PREFERENCE and the growing demands for food production that goes with increasing population and stronger spending power, the agri-food sector remains the biggest employment sector in the ASEAN community accounting for 38% of its work force. As such, the agri-food industry is a top-ranked priority for the ASEAN integration, with bulk of their economic growth, trade and investments depending on it. However, there is much to be accomplished for its sustainable growth and development by raising land productivity and ensuring market demands.

The ASEAN agribusiness is also gaining power in export trading. Latest studies present great opportunities for intra-ASEAN trade in agri-food. Albeit a smaller share of 2.5% to total exports as compared to a 4.3% share of extra-ASEAN exports to total exports, its growth has significantly doubled from 2008-2011 with more growth potential projected if the ASEAN is able to achieve harmonization of standards across all its participating countries and address the technical barriers to trade.