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Whether it's distorted coverage or conspiracy theories, articles written in French and German by foreign state media are resonating widely on Facebook and Twitter, often with their origins unclear, the Oxford Internet Institute says
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Approximately 70% of Dream House School's 101 pupils are Mapuche, an indigenous people who live in Chile and Argentina. Most don't own computers and even fewer have access to the internet.
(UPDATED) With hotlines still undermanned because of the pandemic, users complain on PLDT and Globe's Facebook pages about not being able to get actual human help, slow response, and automated responses that don't address issues
As more businesses migrate online, PLDT Enterprise launches BEYOND FIBER to bring digital transformation to the remote working environment
Japan's NEC Corporation has been selected to construct the 9,400-kilometer long cable, expected to be completed by the 4th quarter of 2022
The 'Web Wednesdays' session is on May 27, Wednesday, 6 pm. It is free and open to everyone.
Other than information technology, he was also in the forefront in various advocacies, such as intellectual property rights, genetic engineering, election automation, and renewable energy back when hardly anyone else were talking about them
(UPDATED) Police rescue 3 minors, all children of the suspect
Alphabet subsidiary Loon marks its first commercial service, about 7 years since it became an official project at the company
The first session of Web Wednesdays featured timely insights on digital shopping and insights from "The Future 100: 2020" report
A new report says that in March, at least 100,000 new website names were registered using terms such as 'covid,' 'corona,' and 'virus'
The new locations are the Ninoy Aquino Stadium at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, the Philippine International Convention Center Tent, and the World Trade Center
A new Pew Research Center survey reveals considerable internet usage gaps among older and younger Filipinos, and those with low and high educational attainment
The National Emergency Library seeks to fulfill the 'unprecedented global and immediate need for access to reading and research materials' during the coronavirus pandemic
An increase in calls and text messages is also observed
The streaming giant says it will 'begin reducing bit rates across all our streams in Europe for 30 days'
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The case is against the company controlled by a confidant of Russian President Vladimir Putin that allegedly funded the campaign to meddle in the 2016 elections
Transparency on details about their support teams might diffuse tension in a customer, and lessen the stress of the workers involved
It's time we discuss some of the running issues that necessitate an actual Safer Internet Day for both kids and adults
Papanig ako sa katotohanan. Uungkatin ko ang katotohanan. Ito ang batayan ng aking pagpapahayag.
Benije Tan is credited as the engineer who connected the Philippines to the Internet in 1994
Russia troubleshoots its internet system to prevent cyberattacks, but activists fear of more censorship to come
Technology makes possible a balancing of the rights to privacy and safeguarding against the online sexual exploitation of children
A review of the context within which child sexual abuse is committed in the Philippines gives us a chance to rethink our approach in the treatment of offenders and, in the process, also help the survivors
Is the world doomed to endure a 'digital dystopia,' or could Berners-Lee’s plan ensure the internet remains a common good?
'The internet will come back gradually in some provinces where there are assurances the internet will not be abused,' government spokesman Ali Rabiei says
'Access to the internet has been limited as of last night and for the next 24 hours,' an informed source at the information and telecommunications ministry says, quoted by the ISNA news agency
Web Wednesdays is a monthly webinar that aims to support digital education in the Philippines
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Cyber security NGO NetBlocks says that the blackout is 'the most severe telecommunication restriction to have been imposed by Iraq's government since protests began' on October 1
An annual report on online freedom by Freedom House finds evidence of 'advanced social media surveillance programs' in at least 40 of 65 countries analyzed
The law, which President Vladimir Putin signed in May, requires Russian internet providers to install technical devices provided by the authorities to enable centralized control of traffic
They’ll be representing PH in the 2020 Cannes Young Lions Digital competition
As per the Anti-Child Pornography Act, internet service providers are mandated to report to the police any obtained knowledge of child porn distribution or access using their servers
The head of the Communist Party of China's propaganda department says Beijing seeks to be a 'great power' in cyberspace
Gen Z may have been born into digital. But can they tell why and how things work in this landscape?
The Russian foreign ministry says the new US sanctions on several Russians – including a businessman tied to President Vladimir Putin and a disinformation operation accused of conspiring to manipulate the US 2018 midterm election – 'will not go unanswered'
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Anime eyes, spider eyes, shavers, stoves – you name it, and Twitter's got it
The popular sports title is currently a target of negative review bombing on the online store and the reviews aggregator
The government says it started lifting the internet blockade in some 29 of 42 districts across Papua late on Wednesday, September 4
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The firm reports overall download speeds of 11.6Mbps in Metro Manila, 7.9Mbps in Angeles, 6.7Mbps in Davao, 6.6Mbps in Cebu, and 6.4Mbps in Cagayan de Oro
The telecommunications sector in Cuba – once one of the world's least connected countries – is changing more than any other in the past year
Authorities say the internet was being used to coordinate operations while rights groups allege the blackout permits troops to act with impunity
Protesters and rights group say the internet blockade is an attempt to quell protests against the generals
The military's 'clearance operations' can be a 'cover for committing gross human rights violations against the civilian population,' UN Special Rapporteur to Myanmar Yanghee Lee says
Internet services are being used to coordinate illegal activities, said Myanmar's Ministry of Transport and Communications