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“And U Call Me Coloured” | A Poem about Racial Discrimination

So there is this poem, a very simple poem that even a child can compose without dropping a single sweat. But behind its plain meaning lies a very deep emotion towards unfairness in our world today. The poem goes like this: And you calling me colored?? W…
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[FAKE]Arianna Tiangco's bogus Twitter account|Negative Tweets to Flood Victims, Poser stole Marnelle's Photos

[FAKE]Arianna Tiangco's bogus Twitter account|Negative Tweets to Flood Victims, Poser stole Marnelle's Photos During the peak of tropical storm, Maring and the southwest monsoon onslaught, a twitter user named Arianna Tiangco caught the attention of Fil…
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Chinese Vessel Runs aground in Tubbataha Reef, Chinese Fishermen Invade Philippine waters

Chinese Vessel Runs aground in Tubbataha Reef,  Chinese Fishermen Invade Philippine waters Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) spokesman Lt. Commander Armand Balilo announced that a Chinese fishing vessel ran aground at the Tubbataha marine sanctuary late Mon…
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Editorial - Death of UP Manila Freshman Student, a lesson from a 'MONSTER POLICY'

Editorial - Death of UP Manila Freshman Student, a lesson from a 'MONSTER POLICY' First of all, condolences to the family and relatives of 'Anne', the 16-year-old freshman student of University of the Philippines (UP) Manila who committed suicide due t…
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Philippine hacktivists vs Malaysian hackers -- Team Anonymous Cebu standpoint over SABAH dispute (Online Retaliation)

Philippine hacktivists vs Malaysian hackers -- Team Anonymous Cebu standpoint over SABAH dispute (Online Retaliation) DiversityHuman.com has called the attention of Philippine hackers last Saturday: DiversityHuman.com calls the Philippine TEAM AN…
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Arrogant China Returns Note and Rejects UN Arbitration on West Philippine Sea

Arrogant China returns Note and Notice of UN arbitration on West Philippine Sea The arrogance of China has exceeded its limits. China rejected the UN arbitration which was initiated by Republic of the Philippines on January 22, 2013 to come up with a p…
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Child pornography in the Philippines remains prevalent (Evil preys silently on poor children)

Child pornography in the Philippines remains prevalent (Evil preys silently on poor children) ABS CBN reported that child pornography in the country has gotten worse over the years. Department of Social and Welfare Development (DSWD) recorded 361 c…
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APO Fraternity's 2012 Oblation Run held at UP Manila with the Theme of "Pagsusulong ng Internet Freedom"

  Alpha Phi Omega commonly known as APO held their Annual Oblation Run in UP Manila with this year's theme "Pagsusulong ng Internet Freedom". An Oblation Run for every UP campus is held in different ways, dates, times, and with different issues to upho…
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Tito Sotto filed a bill to abolish online libel on RA 10175 but later withdrew it

  Tito Sotto III, Senate Majority Leader, filed a bill seeking to abolish the libel provision in controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 or RA 10175. Sotto filed the measure to level the playing field among Internet users and mainstream media…
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Cybercrime Prevention Law or Republic Act 10175 officially signed by PNoy

Cybercrime Prevention law or Republic Act 10175 was officially signed by President Benigno Aquino III on Wednesday, September 12, 2012. Cybercrime Prevention Law aims to combat computer-related offenses such as hacking, child pornography, and even onl…
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Facebook LIKE - What's in it for me?

  Facebook.com, the leading social networking in the world, is targetting spam bots, malwares, and black marketers for fake likes on various pages on its site. Now, have you asked yourself why do people love to have thousands of likes on their pages?…
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Blogging Law - Philippine Senate Kills Filipino blogging community

  Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile announced his intent to propose a blogging law in the Philippines. The senator's intention maybe good but setting blogging policy or defining blogging guidelines will direct us to China's approach. Doing so will re…
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