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63% believe it is the duty of journalists to call out lying and misleading politicians
The House committee on legislative franchises also recommends an inquiry on the sale of Philippine Depositary Receipts by all industries required to be 100% Filipino-owned, including media
Media advocates say collaboration and staying relevant can help community newspapers survive
ABS-CBN Group chief financial officer Ricardo Tan also debunks allegations the network supposedly recorded a negative 5% effective tax rate in 2018
Microsoft says it will back the effort with $20 million in cash grants to nonprofit organizations and tap into resources at developer-focused platform GitHub and career-oriented social network LinkedIn
Don't miss this data-packed session on July 1, 6 pm
Filipinos' low trust in news could be due to the attacks that the media faced over the last year
The service starts in Brazil but will come to the rest of the world
BEYOND FIBER is a new service package with curated digital tools for e-payments and e-commerce solutions
The program aims to improve service delivery, employee engagement, and operational efficiency of their customers’ businesses
If a media outlet cannot ensure editorial independence, Facebook will put a label on their posts that indicate that they are state-controlled. Ads from those outlets will also be blocked later this year
Google's top executive in Australia says Google made barely Aus$10 million per year from news-linked advertising, a fraction of a government watchdog's estimates for the sector
The telecommunications and digital services provider recognizes the role of technology not only in personal lives but also in businesses
The 'Web Wednesdays' session is on May 27, Wednesday, 6 pm. It is free and open to everyone.
'India pressed a computer key to make the payments, while the Philippines walked a bag full of cash door to door'
Products and services including video games, music and movie streaming could be subject to the levy, the Indonesian government says
The initiative aims to serve an estimated 1.7 billion people – from disadvantaged communities and the unbanked – who lack access to digital financial services
The closing of real-world stores due to the pandemic is cited as a factor in gamers purchasing more titles as digital downloads
'What we want to see is a level playing field. What we want to see here is a fair go for the companies, and for the journalistic content that is prepared,' says Josh Frydenberg, Treasurer of Australia
Google says its would give 'low thousands of dollars' for the smallest operations to 'low tens of thousands for larger newsrooms'
Kumu intends to scale up operations and introduce new features with the Series A funding
The permit system, which will be operational from April 15, may be expanded to monitor people going out even within their local neighborhood, if needed, authorities said
The first session of Web Wednesdays featured timely insights on digital shopping and insights from "The Future 100: 2020" report
A new Pew Research Center survey reveals considerable internet usage gaps among older and younger Filipinos, and those with low and high educational attainment
Even in a school that already uses many tools of online communication, transitioning to online teaching does not come without challenges
IMMAP's "Web Wednesdays" series is free and open to everyone
A police officer on trial for framing investigative reporter Ivan Golunov revealed he learned the journalist’s address by requesting his ride history from an app co-owned by Uber
We sat down with Grab Philippines’ executives to talk about their mission to improve lives through tech
On Wednesday, February 5, 10 am join our discussion about today’s faster learning environment and what must parents do to help their children be ready for the future
While possibly illegal, the people responsible for the archiving project say there's a 'moral imperative' to make this information freely accessible rather than being paywalled
Ressa believes 2020 will be a decisive year for media and journalism both in the Philippines and around the world
The Digital News Project 2020 says that journalists need to call out lies and half-truths, but are concerned that this may not have an impact
Also announced at CES 2020 are the Ultra Dual Drive Luxe, a flash drive with a dual connector drive setup, a gaming-friendly solid state drive, and some Xbox One-specific gaming hard drives
Technology makes possible a balancing of the rights to privacy and safeguarding against the online sexual exploitation of children
Over 150 industry leaders gathered for the country’s first-ever Data Leaders Summit
The London-based organization argues that the current model of monetizing personal information imperils a gamut of rights including freedom of opinion and expression
Protocol is a new US-based media website that promises to focus on the people, power, and politics of tech
A slew of tech entrepreneurs are bidding to turn growing consciousness about the problem of online privacy abuses into a money-making industry
Web Wednesdays is a monthly webinar that aims to support digital education in the Philippines
Ready for DigiCon 2020? Tickets are on sale now!
They’ll be representing PH in the 2020 Cannes Young Lions Digital competition
A pattern of phone taps, leaks and arrests is reminding some Cambodians of Pol Pot’s tactics
Mobile health technologies may help make healthcare more accessible and affordable, according to new study 'Mobile Digital Health in the Philippines'
Google shares a set of new apps that are meant to help users find balance and order in using mobile phones and technologies in their lives
Get to see Patty McCord, co-author of the Netflix Culture Deck, among others!
Gen Z may have been born into digital. But can they tell why and how things work in this landscape?
The partnership is meant to upskill millions of Southeast Asians for the new digital economy
Amazon brings smart assistant Alexa to glasses, earbuds, and a ring in new hardware announcements
Google says it will not pay European media outlets for displaying their articles, pictures and videos in search results in France, in defiance of a new EU copyright law
The problem of disinformation requires solutions that look at the root of what makes people susceptible to them in the first place