Government regulations do not allow officials to carry jammers

According to the ASEAN Security, Peace and Order and Emergency Preparedness and Response Committee (CSPOEPR), there will be no more disturbing frequencies during the 31st ASEAN Summit.

Domino Policy Director Catalino S. Cuy (Catalino S. Cuy) is also the chairman of CSPOEPR. He said that the government has not made any blockade of the country ’s major networks. Arrangement, because “doing this does more harm than good.”

Quay said: “We have considered all these issues, and we decided not to block during the summit, because doing so would not even help monitor the situation on the ground.”

He added: “If an emergency occurs, if the signal stops, we will not be able to take corresponding action.”

DILG OIC said that the government also reminded the security officials of ASEAN representatives not to carry portable jammer because it is not allowed in our country.

He also said that President Duterte had clear instructions to require the public to experience the least inconvenience during the summit, while responding to all possible security threats.

He added: “We have worked with the information experts of the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology and the Philippine National Police (PNP) to take security measures against cybercrime and cyberattacks during the event.”

However, Kui said that despite the unimpeded communication, all security personnel must avoid using equipment while on duty unless major incidents are reported.

He added: “We would like to remind our security personnel to ban the use of mobile phones during the ASEAN operations because such operations are treated accordingly.”

On the other hand, the commander of the ASEAN security team, police chief Napoleon C. Taas, urged the public to contribute to the smoothness and peace of the summit.

Tas said: “We can’t do this alone. We need your eyes and ears. Please tell us what you think is happening in your area, which may affect our preparations for this summit.”