rear finish news reports: The Philippines national concealment Commission (NPC) has ordered Familyhan credit Corp. to immediately block processing the personal data of more than 6,000 borrowers following an investigation of complaints that the online lender has put at risk the privacy of the data subjects in violation of the Data privateness turn of 2012 (DPA). The charge also ordered Familyhan to immediately submit down its master database online to foreclose more people from gaining unauthorized access to it. The database stores sensitive information of the lenders customers names, passport numbers, email addresses, current addresses of borrowers based in Hong Kong and Singapore, and residential addresses of borrowers in the Philippines. Read more on indorse end News. The CDO was sent january 15, but the database was still online and available as of january 18. So what will the NPC fare next?