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Small business owners may lack the knowledge and the right allocation of funds to fully secure their website
Nations must develop a strong policy agenda to turn the principles of the Declaration on Information and Democracy into a reality
Twelve countries launch a political process aimed at providing democratic guarantees for news and information and freedom of opinion
'Independence is very important for citizen journalism. I teach young people to be critical minded and I hope this award will inspire them,' says Varona
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Filipina Inday Espina Varona is among the 4 nominees of the Prize for Independence category of the Press Freedom Awards to be given by the Reporters Without Borders
Under President Duterte's watch, we've gone down the global Doing Business ranking by 25 notches all in all – by far the largest decline in ASEAN
Google claims progress in the war on piracy, but notes a new battlefront in the form of installable add-ons on legitimate open-source media players such as the Kodi box to illicitly stream copyrighted content
Makati dislodges Quezon City as the richest local government unit in 2017, based on the Commission on Audit's Annual Financial Report on LGUs
The Declaration establishes democratic guarantees for global information and communication space
Top investigative journalist Frederik Obermaier shares what life was before the biggest story of his career – and the value of whistleblowers
The Philippine government rejects the findings, as Philippine finance and trade officials urge the World Bank to correct the 'inaccurate and understated findings'
Spotify is in fierce competition with its rivals offering both subscription-based and ad-supported music services like Apple, and Google-owned YouTube and Pandora
Apple says net profit climbs thanks to growing sales of digital content and services to of users and other Apple gadgetry including iPhones
Samsung recovers from a series of setbacks, including a humiliating recall and the jailing of its de facto chief, to post a series of record-breaking numbers
(UPDATED) Facebook shares jump, dive and then rise again before staying on higher ground, up 3.2% to $150.90, on the Nasdaq early in the evening in New York.
Sony says April-September net profit reached 399.4 billion yen ($3.5 billion), up 88.7% from a year ago and marking its best performance for the period
'Nintendo Switch hardware continued to be quite popular, reaching 5.07 million units sold' in the April-September period, the company says
These 3 institutions are the Office of the President, the Department of National Defense, and Congress
According to media watchdog Reporters Without Borders, at least 75 journalists have been killed in the past 10 months in countries all over the world
User growth has stalled as Facebook and Instagram introduce services similar to those of Snapchat, known for its disappearing messages
Azure cloud services and the career-focused social network LinkedIn power Microsoft's growth
The Filipino journalist is being recognized for being 'very active on social networks' and for covering 'issues that are sensitive in the Philippines'
Only Singapore has schools in the top 10, while Malaysia has the most number of schools in the top 100
Mapúa University and MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology round up the list of 8 Philippine universities in the 2019 Quacquarelli Symonds Asia University Rankings
Around 320 million people signed up for social media since September last year which accounted for a 10% growth in users
'After the recognition of Khashoggi’s death, we expect a determined, constant and powerful pressure to be kept on Saudi Arabia,' says Christophe Deloire of Reporters without Borders
According to the report, the number of poor worldwide is still 'unacceptably high,' while the fruits of economic growth are 'shared unevenly across regions and countries'
The Philippines lags in police services, infrastructure, and ease of doing business, but excels in labor market and macroeconomic stability
The World Economic Forum uses a new methodology for the 2018 edition of its annual Global Competitiveness Report to reflect shifts in a world increasingly transformed by new, digital technologies
Asked about Chinese businessman Michael Yang, President Rodrigo Duterte brings up the special report and distributes it to reporters
'In most cases, their arrests have never been officially confirmed and no official has ever said where they are being held or what they are charged with,' says RSF
'Victor Mallet's expulsion, if confirmed, would represent a further step backwards for press freedom, which has already been declining in recent years in Hong Kong,' says Cédric Alviani of Reporters Without Borders
The International Monetary Fund warns that risks highlighted in previous reports 'have become more pronounced or have partially materialized' in the real world
'Things that scientists have been saying would happen further in the future are happening now,' Jennifer Morgan, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, says
The Saudis had objected to the inclusion of a passage emphasising the need for sharp reductions in the use of fossil fuels –Saudi Arabia's main export.
A dramatic rise in the use of improvised explosive devices and shift to group-related attacks from individual attacks defined ARMM conflicts last year, according to the Conflict Alert 2018 report
The Philippines is aiming to roar along with Asian tigers by 2040. To do this, the country needs to triple the gross domestic product per capita in two decades.
Purchases are made without public bidding, bought from a supplier with a higher price, and done with incomplete documents
The Philippine Institute for Development Studies' report lays out the landscape of jobs in the Philippines as automation threatens to displace workers
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, here are primary considerations when it comes to the future of work in the age of automation
(UPDATED) El Heraldo de Chiapas reporter Mario Gomez is the 9th reporter killed this year in Mexico, the second deadliest country in the world for journalists
Our analyses suggest that a turtle has a 22% chance of dying if it eats just one piece of plastic
On top of the millions in penalties, auditors doubt that the 17 projects will be completed within the loan period
The Information and Democracy Commission is a global initiative launched by Reporters Without Borders to build a formal multi-sectoral approach to combating misinformation and disinformation in the digital age
President Duterte has vowed to crack down on corruption and unnecessary delays in government projects. The Commission on Audit has released reports on those very issues he wants to fix.
The Commission on Audit says the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources squandered patrol boats acquired from a US grant and loans from Spain
The Commission on Audit hits the National Housing Authority for failing to properly evaluate contractors, which led to the awarding of contracts to companies with limited capacity
The Philippines is among 38 countries where governments subject human rights advocates to 'harsh reprisals and intimidation,' according to a UN report
(UPDATED) 'They were not jailed because they were journalists' but because 'the court has decided that they had broken the Official Secrets Act,' says Aung San Suu Kyi