BAGUIO CITY: The National Privacy Commission (NPC) will still allow the Pines City Colleges (PCC) to implement its policy compelling female students to undergo a pregnancy test as a pre-requisite for enrolment pending investigation on the possible breach of the policy to data processing and protection.

Francis Euston Acero, chief of the NPC’s complaints and investigation division, said the team is still determining the legitimacy of extracting of data and information from the female students through the mandatory pregnancy test for female students enrolling in clinical and laboratory subjects.

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