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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
Cherer Aklilu, executive director of the state monopoly Ethio Telecom, declines to give any details to explain the break
Converge ICT says it will be able to accommodate more users after completing its 400 gigabits-per-second (Gbps) backbone rollout in May
But Filipinos are also the most 'comfortable' with discussing politics both offline and online among 11 emerging economies surveyed
Digital YouthCon is also launching first Sprint: Digital Marketing and Creative Student Competition
New subscribers can get twice the speed for the 10 Mbps, 25 Mbps, and 50 Mbps plans
The law, which will come into effect in November, will allow Russian authorities to isolate the country's internet
A nationwide disruption of the Globe internet services lasts from 1:30 am to 8 am, Friday, April 12
The proposed measures, set to take effect November 1 once it becomes a formal law, would create technology to monitor internet routing and steer Russian internet traffic away from foreign servers
As governments attempt to regulate the internet, experts say that this will only lead to further splintering of the internet, with countries having their own 'version' far removed from the original vision of having one global network
The Asia Internet Coalition, whose members include Facebook, Google, and Twitter, says there may be 'significant risks to freedom of expression and speech'
'Project Kuiper is a new initiative to launch a constellation of low earth orbit satellites that will provide low-latency, high-speed broadband connectivity to unserved and underserved communities around the world,' Amazon says
The group is focusing on 5G evolution, the Internet of Things (IoT), and ICT as major enablers in the Philippines’ digital transformation
Ordinary Zimbabweans face a new era of repression from surveillance systems created in China and Japan
Converge has 400,000 tests, Ookla says, but that isn't enough for them to qualify in the company's Speedtest Awards
Book tapping, mic brushing, eating, whispering – what's your favorite ASMR trigger?
Thailand's junta leader Prayut Chan-O-Cha says: 'When I talk about cybersecurity, don't get this confused with human rights... No one will tap phone calls of others'
'No one is suggesting cutting the internet or limiting the opportunity to work on the World Wide Web,' Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says
The mass protest in Moscow comes after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill preventing Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers
Globe says it 'continues to improve customers’ overall quality of experience and not just speed'
This is the second report this week that shows Smart being ahead of Globe in terms of mobile internet speeds
PLDT and Smart retain the Speed Test crown in Ookla's latest report
Three decades after he invented the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee warns his creation has been 'hijacked by crooks' that may spell its destruction
Most child exploitation cases involve Filipino children and men from other countries. Authorities hope to stop this 'increasingly prevalent' crime.
Tokyo protests against the laying of the cable on the disputed chain known as the Kuril Islands in Russia and the Northern Territories in Japan
Globe's new team is called Liyab with squads for 'League of Legends,' 'Hearthstone,' and 'Arena of Valor'
Kasada's goal is to exhaust the resources of bot operators and reduce the viability of malicious bot operations
Experts say Huawei is ahead in terms of the quality of its 5G equipment, but there are fears it could be used for espionage
For the 4th straight year, the Philippines is tops in worldwide social media use. The Philippines also beats Thailand this year for most time spent online.
The EU wants trade associations and US internet giants to intensify the fight against disinformation campaigns from suspects such as Russia
'We need to recognize how social networks, on the one hand, help us to better connect, rediscover, and assist one another, but on the other, lend themselves to the manipulation of personal data,' says Pope Francis
(UPDATED) Facebook takes down pages linked to the disinformation network
More Filipinos will be given access to connectivity
Internet access is cut on Monday afternoon for an indefinite period on the orders of the government, says internet operator Global
The primary goal of the Internet Research Agency (IRA) is to deepen divisions in US society and convince Democrat-favoring liberals – including Latinos, youths and the LGBTQ community – not to vote, a report says
The communist-run island is one of the last countries in the world to get 3G mobile internet
From August to November 2018, the Philiippines' download speeds average 9.6 Mbps for LTE, 7.6Mbps for WiFi-enabled fixed connections, and 6.3 Mbps connections for overall mobile connections including 2G and 3G
Wala na yatang nakaaalala na ang buwan ng Nobyembre ay Reading Month – kung paanong wala na ring nakakaalala kung paano magbasa nang marubdob, lalo na sa kagubatan ng social media
'Creed II,' starring Michael B. Jordan, Dolph Lundgren, and Sylvester Stallone enters the second spot
'It is refreshingly current in both form and heart'
As Head of Story for Disney Animation, Fil-Am Josie Trinidad lets us in on her creative process, the secret of Disney films, and the unavoidable writer's block
Collectively, Southeast Asia's internet economy will grow from $72B to $240B by 2025, according to Google's report
Nigerian internet provider MainOne says a misconfiguration in its Border Gateway Protocol filters caused traffic to Google to be misrouted through China and Russia
'It's disappointing, the practice of 'Come to my site, keep you there, keep clicking, keep spreading this information as fast as possible,' she says
As scholars who have studied traditional and blockchain-based voting, we believe that while blockchains may help with some specific issues, they can’t fix the basic problems with internet voting. In fact, they could make things worse.
The law also marks the latest challenge between California Governor Jerry Brown's administration and President Donald Trump's Republicans, who have already clashed over environmental and immigration regulations
'The project aims to create an internet that does not ask users to give out their personal data to 'powerful forces who use it for their own agenda,'' says Berners-Lee