(Check the fact sheet on The Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom below) by: Cecille Soria Lawmaking of the people, by the people, for the… Read More »Santiago Files Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom
The Philippine government has failed to provide adequate protection for Filipino internet users in accordance with their rights as citizens and as consumers. Telcos and ISPs have not provided fast, reliable and true broadband internet connections.
by Yfur Porsche P. Fernandez Despite the Internet’s appreciation as an accepted information source, non-adult consumers should still be aware of its limitations and threats.… Read More »The Internet and the Erosion of the Mind
While fluctuations in TV ratings may suggest viewers are now switching channels — from watching newscasts to watching a variety/game show, it is still early… Read More »News, Entertainment and the Filipino Audience
A United Nations report released on Friday says that Internet access is a human right. “Given that the Internet has become an indispensable tool for… Read More »United Nations report says Internet access is a human right
On a Sunday afternoon, I heard a male talk show host saying Twitter has created a certain degree of equality among members of the society.… Read More »Social Networking Sites as Social Levelers?
@jesterinexile attended the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC ) public hearing in Baguio last Friday. Apparently the NTC “believes, and continues to believe that broadband is… Read More »Listen up, NTC: Internet is not a value added service
Everyone is encouraged to come to the Tweetup 9:00 AM on Friday, February 4! Signup here. It started when I saw @sagadasun tweeting on broadband cap… Read More »Tweetup on Broadband issue on Feb 4, 2011
This proposed draft was prepared by Jester in Exile and collaborated by Cocoy Dayao and other bloggers. This was also sent to the NTC on… Read More »Draft Memo Version 2 submitted to NTC on Minimum Speed of Broadband Connections