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'Let’s do the right thing in the name of human rights,' says Senator Leila de Lima
HKMap is used by Hong Kongers to map locations and points of interest, such as road or railway closures, as well as locations where police activity is occurring
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The United States now requires visa applicants to disclose the social media platforms and usernames they have used in the past 5 years
Here is the list of accredited clinics that can issue online-only medical certificates for drivers' license applications in Metro Manila
Facebook is among the numerous app developers to have deals with phonemakers to put pre-installed placeholder app 'stubs' on users' phones
Net Applications' report says Windows 10 now has 39.22% market share compared to Windows 7, which has 36.9%
The last JBC interviews also saw odd questions about the applicants’ love lives and belated decisions to bear children
Adware Doctor secretly records users’ app data and browser history and sends it to a server in China
(UPDATED) In a 2011 video report, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said he agreed to 'a general admission of guilt' in his amnesty application form
'The way people work is changing, and we are committed to delivering the best product and experience for our customers in this new era,' a Slack statement says
The vulnerability gives a hacker the possibility of intercepting and manipulating messages sent in a group or private conversation as well as a chance to 'create and spread misinformation'
The country's top university receives over 60,000 additional applications as aspiring students snake around the UP Diliman campus to beat the deadline to apply
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello asks, 'Being an Ombudsman depends on the members of the Judicial Bar Council and the President. All applicants are qualified but why choose to discredit me?'
PRESS RELEASE: The employer will pay the visa and airfare from the Philippines to Germany and will assist the employee to find a suitable accommodation
(UPDATED) It's possible graft investigators are being paid to 'park' cases, says Special Prosecutor Edilberto Sandoval, but Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales defends the setup that separates investigators from prosecutors
The Department of Foreign Affairs says its ePayment portal will significantly reduce no-shows for passport appointments in its consular offices
(UPDATED) The concept of freedom of expression is usually tackled during the first year of law school
All applicants who completed and submitted their applications from April 3 to 27 may now check the results
Here is the list of travel agencies designated by the Korean embassy to accept visa applications
'When all else fails, God forbid, please keep the institution to its minimum standard, nothing below,' Conchita Carpio Morales tells her successor
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is asked about discrimination after President Rodrigo Duterte said he is ruling out the appointment of a woman as the next Ombudsman
Asked about Ombudsman applicant Silvestre Bello III, President Rodrigo Duterte says, 'I will assign him as labor attaché in Kuwait'
(UPDATED) The two justices join the list of aspirants for the coveted post
The Bedan lawyer also represented former first gentleman Mike Arroyo
Special Prosecutor Edilberto Sandoval, the head of graft prosecutors, is the first to confirm interest in the post
The new DFA passport offices in northern Luzon, both in Robinsons malls, will operate from Monday to Saturday
The new passport appointment slots will be for all consular offices in the Philippines, except for the DFA's Aseana office in Parañaque City
PRESS RELEASE: Acceptance of applications is until June 22, 2018
Apple is integrating Texture's technology into the premium service, which will likely be an upgrade of the Apple News application
The embassy officer told me I could reapply if and when my 'circumstances change.' What circumstance has to change before we beat colonial presumptions and call ourselves worthy to travel this world freely?
Starbucks Philippines finally launches an app for its users to track payments and redeem rewards and benefits for their personal Starbucks accounts
Rumors about Calida as a top pick for Ombudsman when Conchita Carpio-Morales retires in July have not abated. His sly responses when asked about it are also telling.
Facebook Lite will be launching in the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, and New Zealand
'We're preparing the technology,' says Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, as the Department of Foreign Affairs draws flak for delays in passport applications
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Google is touting Hangouts Chat as a prime Slack competitor by virtue of artificial intelligence, including the use of bots for scheduling meetings, and creating advanced search queries simply
The DFA says its Aseana office 'shall be open to passport applications every Saturday, starting February 10, 2018, from 8 am to 5 pm'
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'Some people are selling endorsements from government agencies. That's the sad reality,' says Foreign Undersecretary Jose Luis Montales
Uber Philippines says it will take a 'holistic approach' and consider various factors before it files its fare hike petition
(UPDATED) When trying to install the app – which is purely informational and should need no special permissions – the app requests access to one's text messages, phone and phone call logs, and photos and other media files
The deadline for submission of application is on January 31, 2018
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Grab also warns riders to be precise in setting their pick up and drop off points, as drivers will strictly follow what they pin down
4th UPDATE Malacañang and the Supreme Court both announce work suspensions for Tuesday September 12 as Tropical Depression Maring brings heavy rain
The Department of Foreign Affairs also removes the 1 200 slots a day that used to be reserved for travel agencies
At stake is a demand of 300 000 phone booked trips per day the LTFRB estimates