The story of expanding global media networks is often told as if they spread freedom everywhere, liberally and evenly. But when we ask freedom for whom, the tale gets more complex.
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Denouncing what it calls 'toxic online content,' Unilever weighs in on growing concerns about fake news and extremist posts on such networks as Facebook and Google
DICT Acting Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr reacts to the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines' open letter to President Rodrigo Duterte
Comparing data from different studies, a blog post by a VPN provider sees that countries with high internet speeds and net freedom are also countries with high levels of happiness
Children are exposed to a wealth of benefits but also to harm such as sexual exploitation, abuse, and cyberbullying
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The communist-ruled island is one of the least connected countries in the world
Landmark cases in Australia and the European Union invoking the principle of 'The Right to be Forgotten' involve only Google, as a search engine, and not news media outlets
The right to be forgotten empowers an individual to remove a personal information that's out there in the internet
The company now searches for 'clusters engaged in coordinated activity around the Brexit referendum' that appeared to have originated in Russia
For the 4th straight year, Pornhub stats show that Filipinos spend the most time on the world's biggest porn site
On the brink of defeat in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State (ISIS) group has been taking refuge in its 'virtual caliphate' – but even online, experts say it is in decline
Macron: 'We are going to develop our legal means of protecting democracy against fake news'
On Sunday, Catholic and opposition groups pushed ahead with banned demonstrations, which were met with a deadly crackdown by authorities
Unverified videos on social media appeared to show thousands marching through the western cities of Khorramabad, Zanjan and Ahvaz, while reports spread rapidly that several people had been shot dead by police in the town of Dorud.
The telco says 'the cumbersome number of permits' as well as right-of-way issues hamper its delivery of good internet service
GMO Internet will start paying up to 100,000 yen ($890) monthly by Bitcoin to its employees in Japan from February next year
8 out of 10 Filipino children at risk of online sexual abuse or bullying
US regulators are gearing up for a vote on a plan which – depending on your viewpoint – would 'restore internet freedom' or, alternatively, result in 'the death of the internet' as we know it.
The arrival of the behemoth poses a threat to a market already grappling with weak consumer confidence amid tepid wages growth
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The new arrangement allows businesses such as hotels and bars to broadcast Cignal TV content via the internet
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission inquiry will look at the effect that search engines, social media operators and other digital content aggregation platforms are having on media and advertising markets
The announcement by Federal Communications chairman Ajit Pai marks the latest twist in a decade-old political dispute with both sides claiming to represent a 'free and open' internet
Two state-run Chinese companies have set sights on competing with PLDT Incorporated and Globe Telecom Incorporated
(UPDATED) 'The telecoms duopoly is about to end,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
By the end of this year, PLDT’s submarine cable capacity will be 4.49 Tbps – up 140% from 2015
The government says the planned Luzon Bypass Infrastructure will have 'spectrum equivalent to at least two million Mbps,' nearly equal to the combined capacity of Globe and PLDT
According to an account representing Lovense, the recording of audio is a 'minor bug – a temporary file that is created when someone uses the Sound Control feature.' It also only affects Android devices.
Singapore's internet speeds are the fastest while ASEAN Summit host, Philippines, has the slowest speeds among ASEAN countries tested in Akamai and OpenSignal speed reports
If you're not getting the best possible speed, there's a chance that you're using an older non-LTE SIM
Hindi naka-optimize ang Facebook para sa katotohanan. Narito ang limang sablay ng social media giant.
Acting telecommunications minister Shahzad Aryobee says the move is in response to dissatisfaction with the services – something industry insiders reject
A Google official reveals that 'there had been a very limited use' of their advertising by Russian interests during the 2016 US election
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(UPDATED) Facebook, Google and Twitter are expected to share their findings regarding their own investigations into possible connections between Russian entities and posts, ads, and even videos shared on YouTube
Called Jupiter, the fiber optic submarine cable system will directly connect Maruyama and Shima in Japan and Los Angeles in the US to Daet, PLDT's cable landing station in Camarines Norte
Kung susuriin ang kontribusyon at impact ng internet sa pag-unlad ng mga ekonomiya at pagbuti ng kabuhayan, dapat seryosohin ng pamahalaan ang pagpapabuti nito
Rappler is set to receive the highest honor from the US-based National Democratic Institute, chaired by former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright
PLDT and Globe say they're working to improve services, while the Philippine Competition Commission describes Jack Ma's disappointing experience as a 'wake-up call' for the telcos
Access to Philippine government websites is free but access to external sites is capped at 3GB – with prepaid packages available for those who need more data
In two years' time, the telco sees over 1.3 million DSL subscribers of PLDT enjoying faster internet speed
The Chinese business icon manages a packed schedule while experiencing Metro Manila traffic and the country's notorious slow internet
Rather than pointing fingers, the Chinese tycoon urges the private sector to grasp the opportunity and invest in better internet infrastructure for guaranteed returns
Spanning over 300 kilometers, the fiber infrastructure runs through the provinces of Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Davao del Norte, and Davao del Sur