Triple whammy enrages Poe: No water, no power, no internet

Credit to Author: jvicente| Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2019 08:34:26 +0000

Triple whammy enrages Poe: No water, no power, no internet

Barely few days before the Lent, Filipinos are already suffering from a modern-day Calvary–water shortage, brownouts, and no internet.

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Globe apologizes to customers for 7-hour service interruption

Credit to Author: mfrialde| Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2019 01:57:52 +0000

Globe Telecom has apologized to its customers over a temporary internet and data service interruption which happened from 1:30 a.m. to 8:30

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Russia moves to expand government control of internet

Credit to Author: eestopace| Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2019 10:27:47 +0000

Russia moves to expand government control of internet

Russian lawmakers approved Thursday a bill that would expand government authority over the internet and whose opponents fear heralds widespread censorship.

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PH privacy commission probes hacking of social networking sites

Credit to Author: The Manila Times| Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2019 06:26:23 +0000

THE National Privacy Commission (NPC) is investigating reports of hacking on some social networking and other known sites, which “may have involved personal data.” In a statement on Thursday, the…READ

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Austria proposes taxing internet giants 5 percent of ad revenue

Credit to Author: ggaviola| Date: Wed, 03 Apr 2019 11:05:46 +0000

Austria proposes taxing internet giants 5 percent of ad revenue

VIENNA, Austria  – Austria on Wednesday proposed taxing internet giants such as Google and Facebook five percent of their digital advertising revenue, a higher rate than France and other EU countries are seeking.

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