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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
The new tech aims to provide newspapers better monetization and ad targeting to free them from dependence on the large platforms
According to the researchers, the 4 techniques are a form of a broader online manipulation strategy called 'source hacking'
Google is updating its guidelines to gather feedback that would prioritize original reporting
'We are the first generation of people who have the power to build machines with the capability to make decisions that have in the past only been made by people,' says Microsoft president Brad Smith
Many disinformation architects are professionals from the PR and advertising industries, who have left their big firms to essentially market politicians
In a plan announced Tuesday, August 20, Facebook's journalists will be curating stories from news sites and won't be editing headlines or writing content
'YouTube has now grown to a big city...And just like in any big city, you need a new set of rules and laws and kind of regulatory regime," chief product officer Neal Mohan says in an interview
Several senators question whether Facebook can be trusted after a series of missteps on privacy and data protection
As the need for digital media literacy is on the rise, DepEd’s suggestion to ban social media in class projects is a backslide
A potential blacklist would make it harder for Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology and Zhejiang Dahua Technology to access the US market and suppliers
'We were very much focused on Facebook in the last elections. But now candidates are more diversified, having specific content per platform,' says a global digital media specialist
Digital YouthCon is also launching first Sprint: Digital Marketing and Creative Student Competition
Get to know more about Accenture's 'See the New, Now' movement
Facebook's We Think Digital campaign comes to the Philippines as Digital Tayo
Experts from the tech, travel, education, and social enterprise industries on the ways technology reshapes the way people live
A study by Reuters and Oxford focuses on Rappler, the Daily Maverick in South Africa, and The Quint in India
Google pulls its news grant to New Wave Media Group, described by an independent journalist group as 'one of the staunchest supporters of the corrupt regime led by the far-right Prime Minister Viktor Orban'
Take a close look at how the competition is playing out so far
'You should know the legitimate media from the illegitimate ones,' says educator Marissa Balidoy at #MoveCavite
The award-winning photographer, Shahidul Alam, is facing charges of making 'false' and 'provocative' statements in a televised interview, offenses carrying a maximum 14 years in jail
Ethical hackers and human rights defenders allow the Reporters Without Borders Sans to 'restore online access to independent media in countries that are news and information black holes'
There is a growing demand for socially responsible approaches to digital design and user experience
Quanta Digital’s Tristan de Belloy and Sydney Dondon on shifting digital marketing to an e-commerce focus
Qualified companies will be levied a maximum of 5% of its sales, representing around 500 million euros annually for France
If convicted, Mollah could face up to 14 years in jail under a draconian anti-press law that was toughed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina last year
Constantly on your gadgets? You need to take extra care of your eyes!
Learn the negative effects of constant gadget use — and how you can prevent them
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says if the talks fail, 'we will do it at the national level in 2019: we will tax digital giants if European states do not take their responsibilities'
The bill would give security agencies wide powers to force telecommunications and technology companies to give them access to encrypted devices and messaging apps
The still-nascent sector is not completely transparent and analysts have struggled to understand what precisely prompted the latest drop